Jeffrey has worked in the adult entertainment and fashion industry, where he designed & styled the elite women working for the likes of: The House of Oscar De La Renta; Phoenix Hand Embroidery House (owned by former famed 80s Super Model, Ranjana Khan); & Conde Nast Publications (home to Vogue). His moral compass and desire to give back to his community has him advocating for Transgender Rights, HIV awareness and Mental Health advocacy. Mental Health After Dark was partly created, with this servitude in mind, allowing an unconventional voice and view points to be heard for the benefit of you, our audience. Jeffrey is living proof that mental wellness is deserved by everyone. If we do not offer care to those suffering, their mental health can have an impact on everyone in their lives.
Jeffrey worked with Meak Productions: The World's 1st LGBTQ Exclusive Talent Agency & Production Company. He currently resides in New York City where he has undertaken a personal role and interest as an advocate for the prevention of new HIV infections with special interest in the most at risk (the Black and Latino community). He also advocates for Transgender Rights and lastly but not least he strongly advocates and brings awareness to the importance of Mental Health within the LGBTQ community, especially in the Black and Latino community. In this role as advocate he has not only had a strong social media presence advocating for this causes but he has spoken at several conferences such as Woodhull's Sexual Freedom Summit & most recently the 2017 In My Mind LGBTQ Mental Health Conference for People of Color, and he has for the last 3 years has been a speaker at SAR, Hunter College's Human Sexuality course, and FrankTalk.org.
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