“A richer life for me is when diversity, equity and inclusion are conjoined together in equal parts.”
An LGBTQ+ rights activist.
Jazzmin Dian Moore, also known as Leedonal Moore, first shot to prominence in 2008, when they won the Miss Drag Queen Switzerland competition. They have since used their platform to speak out on the issue of LGBTQ+ rights, campaigning for greater inclusion.
Jazzmin is the founder of the #iamhuman YouTube campaign, during which they interviewed personalities from the LGBTQ+ community. They are also the co-founder of Pink Nights, a series of charity events to raise money for LGBTQ+ charitable organisations. More recently, Jazzmin has also become a vocal commentator on American politics. They are a spokesperson for Democrats Abroad, and in this capacity was asked onto Blick TV to comment on the 2020 United States presidential election. In doing so, Jazzmin became the first Black trans person to be asked to be invited to provide political commentary in a major public forum in Switzerland.
Jazzmin now works as an inclusion consultant for a variety of corporate companies and is a moderator for a series of talks for queer young people as part of a municipal campaign by the city of Bern against homophobia and transphobia. Jazzmin is committed to uplifting the voices of the LGBTQ+ community – particularly those of the trans community – and to promoting tolerance and inclusion in Switzerland and further afield.