Diversely Geek is a Non-Profit Organization and parent company of the The Diversely Me Foundation We promote a message of empowerment guiding fans across the globe to engage in their self-care, and mental wellness journey's. After years of inquiry and research we've developed a simple, fandom based model and pathways to help you unveil and establish strategies for positive self-identity, self-acceptance, inclusion and for building healthy connections.
Diversely Geek focuses on highlighting the positive influences of fandom and building a framework for mental wellness, self value, and acceptance. Our model and platforms offer key solutions based on your unique experiences, an infrastructure that supports the fans engagement in self-reflection, as they journey towards self-care, positive self-identity, building supportive communities and healthy connections.
We host mental wellness and self-care workshops based on our research proven workbooks series, and host workshops and self care journaling through our unique researched model. We also host a creative/innovation/STEAM, mentorship program led by experts in their field, support the work of fans and fan organizations and other fandom non-profits whose work improves mental wellness and inclusion.
We firmly believe in our three fold Ethos, “ Embrace Your Inner Geek”, “Express Your Inner Geek” and then “Transform Your Fandom Passion Into Positive Action.” Our philosophy is revolutionary yet pragmatic, and very achievable. If we learn to remove stigma and barriers that negate the benefits and greatness of accepting our “geek natures”, we can then incorporate the positive messages and meaning of our fandom favorites into our daily lives. We believe that when we explore and “Embrace Our Inner Geek” nature, we identify with and connect to positive personality traits, beliefs, and principles that fuel our imaginations, hopes and build a framework for self-acceptance. When we reflect on our fandoms, and why we are drawn to and connect with characters,their stories, struggles, choices, and maybe the hope, the change, and the re-births; we find ourselves imbibing positive, nurturing, and self-supporting personality traits, choices and behaviors.
What Does it Mean to Express Your Inner Geek In Your Daily Life? And how does this positively affect your journey to mental wellness and self-care?
We chose fandom as our audience because we believe everyone is geek about something. At least one thing in our lives influences and inspires us to think and dream bigger than our circumstances may offer us.
The goal of our programming, is to spotlight the positive messages of fandom and creative works, that address marginalization, inclusivity, and mental health through their story arcs.
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