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Jaymes Black describes themselves as a high school dropout, turned corporate exec, and turned non-profit CEO.

While navigating poverty, self-harm, and often debilitating anxiety, Jaymes packed her bags and left her hometown with just $70.00 at 21 years old to create a better life.

Jaymes is now committed to using her life experiences to help others. He understands the true power of storytelling and amplifies the voices and plights of underrepresented people.

They regularly share the experience of growing up black and queer in Texas and how that experience shaped their upbringing. Their story "Black Girls Cut Too, documents her time as a self-harmer while also raising awareness about the highly underreported and underrepresented Black experience of self-harm and its relationship with intergenerational trauma, and through their non-traditional path to corporate leadership, Jaymes has developed a unique understanding of the BIPOC, Queer, experience in Corporate America, and how through education and uncomfortable conversations, corporations can significantly change the experiences of these employees.

  • Keynotes

  • Panel Discussions

  • Narration

  • Consulting and Custom Workshops