Dubbs Weinblatt

Dubbs is Keshet's National Education and Training Manager. They are thrilled to be joining the Keshet family after working in the for-profit world. While this is Dubbs’s debut in the nonprofit world, Dubbs is no stranger to it. Dubbs’s passion project is a show they founded called “Thank You For Coming Out,” which features LGBTQ improvisers and storytellers. Dubbs creates partnerships with nonprofits and uses the show as a tool for fundraising, community awareness, and support. The show has had actors from the Broadway shows Fun Home, Waitress, School of Rock, and Bloody, Bloody Andrew Jackson and TV shows Broad City, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, The Outs and more. In Dubbs’s free time they like to read, write, travel, and perform.

Articles by Dubbs Weinblatt

When is Trans Joy?

An affirmation for Transgender Day of Visibility

If I Would Have Known

As National Poetry Month ends, we are sharing a poem written by our Associate Director of Education and Training, Dubbs ...

Me, My Pronouns, and You

International Pronoun Day is today, October 16th!

My Reconnection to Judaism

I was raised in Columbus, Ohio in a very white, Jewish suburb called Bexley. Even though I went to a ...

Pure Bliss

Keshet's LGBTQ and Ally Teen Shabbaton community changes a moment of fear into an unforgettable experience for Keshet's Education and Training Manager, National.

A Letter to my Younger Self Series: Dubbs

This post is part three of a longer series of posts in which members of the Keshet community write letters to their younger selves. Today’s letter is written by Keshet’s Education and Youth Program Associate, Dubbs Weinblatt.