Eboné F. Bell is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Tagg Magazine and the Executive Producer of the Tagg Nation Podcast. Tagg is dedicated to serving “everything lesbian, queer, and under the rainbow.” For the past three years, Tagg has been named Top LGBTQ-Owned Companies by the Washington Business Journal.
Witthin six years, Eboné has grown Tagg into a LGBTQ media company dedicated to serving the queer women’s community through print, web, email, and podcasting.
She is known as the “go-to woman” for LGBTQ marketing and queer women-focused events, resources, marketing, and advertising.
Eboné’s DC Podfest Session
Title: Diversity in Podcasting: Good intentions or nah?
We hear the word “diversity” so much these days, but what does it really mean, especially when it comes to podcasting. In this session, we’ll touch on the definition of diversity, how it works with both POC podcasts and non-POC podcasts, and why having good intentions isn’t enough. So, let’s talk about how diversity shows up (or can show up) in your messaging.