As the Founder/President/CEO of AllThingzAP, it is my mission for all to be their authentic self. AllThingzAP is a consulting firm specializing in inclusion, diversity, equity, and belonging. As part of the LGBTQ+ community, it is important that we have representation within our workplace and community.
Over the last two years, I embarked on my journey into politics. Generally, my focus has been having LGBTQ+ representation on the local, county, state, and federal level.
I am very excited to be involved in the Teaneck International Film Festival as a film sponsor of “Truman and Tennessee: An Intimate Conversation” and “Coded.” Both films will be presented virtually on November 17th at 7:30 pm. For information about the Teaneck Film Festival and to purchase tickets, please click here
Truman and Tennessee: An Intimate Conversation, is the story of two of the greatest writers of the past century examined in a dialogue that stretches from their early days of friendship to their final, unsparing critiques of each other. They lived parallel lives and struggled with a lifelong pursuit of creativity, self-doubt, addiction, and success. The filmmaker immerses the viewer in the words of Capote and Williams (voiced by Jim Parsons and Zachary Quinto respectively.)
Coded tells the nearly forgotten story of Saturday Evening Post illustrator J. C. Leyendecker, his impact on advertising history, and his experience as a closeted gay man in the early 1900s. His coded imagery spoke directly to the gay community and laid the foundation for LGBTQ representation in advertising today.