DuEwa is available for virtual programs including Keynote addresses, author talks, interviews, school talks, and conferences. The below speaker programs can be tailored for the organization's or media needs. View DuEwa's traditional speaker one sheet.
DuEwa is also available for individual coaching and consulting. See services page. Email consulting (at) duewaworld (dot) com for availability and other details.
DuEwa's TED Talk "Word is Bond"
KEYNOTE, INTERVIEWS & COMMENTATOR
K-12 education topics
Higher education topics
Women related topics (education, pop culture, arts)
Schools/orgs: Author talk and reading (Alice's Musical Debut K-5, Quincy Rules 6-8, Check the Rhyme and Deanne in the Middle 9-12)
Conferences: Education, media, writing, women in arts
Interviews (blog, social media, Zoom/Skype)
CONFERENCES, SCHOOLS & OTHER ORGS
Author talk and reading
Keynote address (education topics, arts topics, hip hop pedagogy, teen/ya topics, youth literacy, women related, diversity in publishing topics)
Professional development (teacher or librarian)
Culturally responsive curriculum
K-12 literacy engagement
Poetry and creative writing
Teaching with hip hop scholarship and arts (see DuEwa's "Word is Bond" TEDx Talk)
Children's book - Alice's Musical Debut
"DuEwa is a knowledgeable and impactful speaker who engaged our audience of over 300 educators for our annual conference as our Keynote. Her voice and experience as an educator and writer of the hip hop generation is needed."
NSPDK Coordinators, Conference on Cultural Relevancy in Education
"DuEwa was compassionate and composed with my manuscript, The Film Mechanics Screenwriting Workbook as she helped me to understand the mechanics of my writing and how to vocalize my words on the page. She's an exceptional talent to work with."
Deri Tyton, Filmmaker & Author
"DuEwa's well-crafted poems and distinctive voice ring with authority and grace."
Dwight Bitikofer, President Emeritus
St. Louis Poetry Center
"We were happy to have DuEwa as one of our panelists for a great YA author panel."
Jennifer Thompson, Librarian, Brooklyn Public Library
“Ms. Frazier, thank you so much for the work you do for our students. Thank you for your time and commitment our students enjoyed the session.”
Kelly Davis, Administration for Instruction and Student Support, Alexandria Public Schools
"Ms. Frazier facilitated professional development for our teachers. She modeled successful strategies in teaching struggling readers using high interest, culturally responsive texts."
Faculty Coordinators, Missouri Department of Youth Services
"Ms. Frazier read her spirited, emotionally-resonant poetry while joined onstage by our own Webster High jazz musicians for a blending of verse and musical improvisation. Ms. Frazier beautifully communicated her personal and universal sketches to our students, demonstrating that she is a singular poet, educator, and performer."
Steve Leftridge, All Write Festival