I am the Diversity Projekt. This is my personal space in the universe to share stories about the ways in which I navigate the world as mixed, queer, trans-national and multi-cultural. I share my struggles and successes. I share my life!
Over the years I have also incorporated conversations about my life as a community organizer, the ways I am unpacking the vast, interconnectedness of liberation work across social justice issues, and the amazing movement family who I have met along the way.
In telling my own stories of standing up AGAINST racism, homophobia, sexism and classism and FOR rights, empowerment, diversity, education, economic strength, and choices for marginalized communities, I hope to provide individuals with the language and tools necessary to contribute to working toward equity and justice in their own communities.
I recently realized my dream of launching venturing out on my own with KI Consulting, an Atlanta-based social media strategy firm that assists individuals in the nonprofit and for-profit sectors in securing the knowledge, expertise and resources necessary to lead effective, mission and results – driven organizations, campaigns and businesses. Check me out – HERE!
I am addicted and captivated by the written word (check me out on GoodReads), often express my love for those around me through food (I make an amazing Macaroni & Cheese and Chicken Marsala) and am rejuvenated by exploring the world around me (recently fell in love with the Adirondacks). I was born and raised in Germany and recently moved to Atlanta, GA, a place I have fallen in love with and am making my home!
The Diversity Projekt envisions a world that is equitable and just and we believe that promoting initiatives, causes and individuals who are advocates for that vision is paramount to achieving this goal.
Have a book, film, or documentary you want us to review of feature? Want us to highlight your event, project or cause? We want to hear from you! Send us an email at: info at thediversityprojekt dot com.
I will share my stories. Will you share yours?