Embrace the mess

That’s right. I said it. I’m a hot mess most of the time. Yet through embracing who I am, quirks and all I have harnessed the power of authenticity to find space in the world as a bipolar, genderqueer, person of faith.

As I have journeyed through life, I have learned many things, and the power of vulnerability (hey hey Brene Brown!) as well as the strength needed to question and move forward to help those who need it.

Let’s do this.

 

Keynotes

 
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The Power of Authenticity

Coming out LITERALLY saved my life. We all have something we need to come out about, and being closeted affects everyone, whether they are LGBTQ or simply denying an aspect of who they are.

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True Faith is Made of Doubt

Faith is a heavy word for many people. It has been used against so many, especially those dealing with mental health issues. Learn how sitting in the doubt grew my faith in both God and myself.

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The Impact of ONE Person

When I look at how I have gone from applying for disability to being a successful entrepreneur, I can identify many individuals who pushed me and called me out to help me get to where I am. Learn how YOU can be the one person to save someone’s life.

 
 

What others say

 
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Mason Aid is a phenomenal speaker who taught our company about the struggles that LGBT youth face on a daily basis. Mason showed us how we as helping professionals can help our clients find ways past the hurdles in their lives. Mason’s sense of humor and laid back personality make them a great presenter.
— Whitney Hines M.Ed., LPC Supervising Therapist Family Counseling Center
I invited Mason to visit with our high school staff. The information we received was very personal and informative. It truly did help guide us in how we approach our students in the LGBTQ population. My favorite thing about Mason was “there are no dumb questions”. The session was very relaxed and I feel our staff knowledge grew immensely since they could comfortably ask anything they wanted. I highly recommend having them come speak!
— Kellie Austene, Hallsville High School Guidance Counselor
 
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