Jayce is a producer, published author, social entrepreneur, and advocate for the LGBTQ+ community. Executive Director of the nationally recognized Kiss & Tell Networks and CEO of jBaron Creative House, he has an organic desire to bring a conscious conversation to the community through live events, media, and digital platforms. For over half a decade, he has produced and hosted Kiss & Tell Radio, a savvy podcast tying pop culture and nuanced social conversation with guests ranging from Monique Samuels of RHOP to Rent's Tracie Thoms. He has been featured and worked with clients such as the CDC, The City of LA, TMZ, Billboard Magazine, The Hollywood Reporter, FOX Soul, Gilead, 360 Magazine, and many more.
In 2016, Jayce was invited to The Capital to continue to bring awareness to sexual assault, specifically with men, and was part of passing bill SB816 with Assemblyman Mike Gipson and Attorney Gloria Allred revoking the statute of limitation on rape in the state of California. Since then, huge national movements such as #MeToo, the Bill Cosby case, and several unresolved rape cases have made their way to court. He has been recognized and awarded alongside Joe Biden, Ashley Judd, and more for his work broadening the conversation surrounding sexual assault. In 2018, Jayce accepted an Advisory Board position with Yale University's Psychology Department on a new study that focuses on men dealing with sexual trauma.
Jayce Baron's first novel "Absolutely Me" is rated five stars on Amazon.com. In 2020, Jayce launched the podcast division of his company producing, developing, and curating podcasts.