Drew-Shane Daniels is a Washington, DC based Content Strategist and Interactive Designer who focuses much of his work at the intersection of sexuality and digital media.
In 2012, he launched the award-winning site MUSED Magazine Online which quickly became a network and authoritative voice catering to the diverse needs and interests of Black gay men. The publication was featured on the New York Times, Washington Post, NPR, E! Online, Buzzfeed, among others. He has extensive experience working with federal and non-profit organizations to develop digital public health campaigns to engage Black gay/bi men, including Human Rights Campaign, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), National Alliance of State & Territorial AIDS Directors (NASTAD), and more.
He has penned pieces on issues related to sexuality, gender, race and pop culture for EBONY, Slate, Fusion, The Grio and VIBE, among others.
As a millennial, Drew-Shane has the education and student loans to back up theory and concepts about engaging audiences. He holds his Master’s of Science in Non-profit Administration from Drexel University, and his Bachelors of Arts in Mass Communications/Marketing from Dillard University. Not to mention, almost 30 years of being Black.
At this point, I've done enough writing in third-person about myself. I've worked with some of the best out there. Now it's your turn. Let's connect.