Eboné F. Bell is the Founder and Managing Editor of Tagg Magazine. Tagg is a print publication (and website) dedicated to serving “everything lesbian, queer, and under the rainbow.” For three years, Tagg has been named Top LGBTQ-Owned Companies by the Washington Business Journal.
Eboné has been immersed in the Washington Metropolitan Area LGBTQ community for several years. She has produced such events as the annual Capital Queer Prom, Capital Pride Women’s Parties, Pride in the Sky, the Put on the Gloves Fashion Show, and Ladies Tea at Hank’s Oyster Bar.
She recently received DC Black Pride’s Wellmore Award, the Image Award from Mautner Project of Whitman-Walker Health, and the Legacy Award from GLBT Latino History Project, just to name a few.
In five years, she 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 girl” for LGBTQ marketing and queer women-focused events, resources, marketing, and advertising.
Ebone’s DC Podfest Session
Title: Changing The Media Game
Topic: This session will focus on building your podcast through building your media brand.