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Results orientated professional with a proven record of organizing the arts to affect change in community health issues, AIDS awareness, substance abuse, and homophobia. 10 years experience in managing non-profit educational theater including grant writing. (Actors Against Drugs & Umoja Sasa Storytellers) Highly skilled in marketing sales techniques as a nationally recognized television host/spokesperson (QVC & GSN). Possess skills and experience in public relations for not-for-profit organizations. Ten years as an oral historian and strong ties to LGBT organizations on both east and west coasts. Demonstrated ability to identify and resolve problems. A respected facilitator known for collaborating education with performing arts.  A self-published published author, conference speaker and award-winning filmmaker. As Director of LGBT Creative Works of Damn Good Man Productions, Dale Guy Madison is developing a curriculum for LGBT students and allies called, “Songs in the Key of Your Gay Life.” 

Performance artist Dale Madison is also available for artist residency programs. As former program host for the QVC network, his dolls were featured nationally on television and national doll magazines. His dolls were showcased as part of the 2010 “I’ve Got a Story to Tell” 29th Annual Black doll exhibit at the William Grant Still Arts Center. 

Audiences

  • College
  • Ethnic
  • GLBT

Topics
  • Sexual identity
  • Lifestyles
  • Electronic retailing
  • Entertainment
  • Cultural Diversity
  • Non-Fiction
  • Poetry/Spoken Word
  • African-American
  • GLBT issues
  • Pop Culture/Motown Music
Articles

City Paper: Forget Me Not - Anti AIDS Effort Focuses on Men of Color

The Evening Sun: Two Put A Different Spin On African Folk Yarns

Richmond Times-Dispatch: TV Shopping Host Must Show And Sell

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Speaking Engagements
Below are some of the highlights of Dale Madison’s speaking engagements:

April 7, 2011
Pepperdine University/Multicultural Literacy Fair

March 25, 2011
AIDS Project Los Angeles/ M-powerment Program Speaker Series

August 18, 2010
LifeWorks Mentoring/Living Life as an Out Gay Performer

January 30, 2010
Black Dolls Images of Ourselves/ William Grant Still Center

October 7, 2009
Sexual Identity & Suicide: Maryland 21st Annual Suicide Prevention Conference

April 24, 2008
Black LGBT Entertainment: National Black Justice Coalition Power of Us Conference

October 14, 1999
Using theater to address sexual identity: Occidental College

August 16, 1997
Using theater to address Health Issues: Men of Color AIDS Prevention Conference II

October 8, 1996
Sexual Identity & Homophobia: Baltimore Arena Players Youth theater group

March 15, 1994
Electronic Retailing: Virginia Commonwealth University