Content Creator • Personal Brand • Influencer
Event Planner • Blogger • Course Creator
Small Business Owner • Marketer
This 90-minute training combines the language of inclusion with best practices, giving you a framework so you can post without the fear of making your audience feel excluded.
This is especially for you if:
👉🏿 It's important to you that you create and foster an inclusive community online, but you struggle with the language aspect of it.
👉🏽You currently connect with your clients and community online.
👉🏿 You are aware that there are gaps within your content when it comes to being truly inclusive of all of the marginalized groups that exist, but you're not sure how to approach it.
👉🏾 The idea of being conscious of all the do’s and don’ts of inclusive, anti-racist, non-gendered and anti-ableist language seems overwhelming.
What if there was a way for you to make all of your community feel understood and valued without the overwhelming fear of "getting it wrong"?
You'll learn how to share inclusive content at the stage of:
So you can feel ready about saying yes to projects or content right at the ideation stage.
So you can create in a way that centres the right conversation and communities.
So you can feel confident in your decisions when you decide to press publish.
By the end of this training, you’ll leave with the confidence to incorporate inclusive language into your content creation, with an effective process to consistently review your work and the ability to recognize + respond when you’ve made a mistake.
What will that create space for?
Hi, I’m Jenny Jay, and just like you, I’ve been on a long journey of learning, seeking education, and growing to be a better person each and every day.
When I first started my studies in gender & anti-racism education in 2014, I was disappointed — but it wasn’t with the amount of information.
Instead, it was by how inaccessible the language and delivery of information was — because, for starters, these conversations were more often than not, classic, with language that is only made for people who have gone through post-secondary or academic education.
And none of it was practical.
As a storyteller and creator, all of my education in anti-racism, accessibility, and inclusion over the last 6 years have become integral to the content that I write, create, and share. As a person who has many facets to my marginalized identity, I recognize how much a difference it makes when content is created in a way that recognizes you and validating your experiences.
And together, I truly believe we can make spaces — especially online, spaces for change.
Because now more than ever, this is important.