Jay Pryor is a transformational evangelist.

About Jay

Nothing is more powerful than leading by example, and Jay Pryor is a living example of the power of possibility in transforming your life. Born female, Jay transitioned to male after 35 years of living life as a woman. Living as a gender non-conforming person grants them truly unique insight into how differently women experience the world versus men, the challenges that the LGBT+ community face daily and how those challenges translate to the work force.

Jay Pryor Coaching


Jay is a speaker, executive coach and facilitator of corporate trainings and workshops around the world. They are a transgender and gender non-conforming advocate and educator for inclusivity and gender consciousness. They also serve as the co-host of Doing the Work with Jay and Becca, a weekly podcast devoted to awakening people to their own power to transform their lives. Jay is the author of the acclaimed book, Lean Inside: 7 Steps to Personal Power: A Practical Guide to Transformation for Women. Jay lives with their wife Jessica and their two children in Lawrence, Kansas.

In the news

Quoted/Articles/Media Releases:

Boss Integrity, Episode 48:

 Jay talks about his coaching techniques and the valuable lessons he uses to help his coaching clients on living with integrity and being impeccable with your word.

The WANTcast, Episode 013:

On Being Who You Truly Are

with Jay Pryor

Tom Mischke’s Road Show

Episode 50 - Queen Nation

Available on Speaker.Com

And on iTunes (Show #50)

April 2015


Learning to Forgive Yourself

Interview with

Recovery Campus Magazine

November 2014


Couple speak out on

transgender issues

Lawrence Journal World

July 2009

The cast of It Gets Better collaborates with the team at the hit show Dance Moms and Transgender Advocate, Jay Pryor, to share his emotional story and to perform the original song "Run, Run, Run".

From Suicidal Girl to Powerful Dad: Transgender Advocate Jay Pryor Opens Up About His Emotional Journey to People Magazine.

Caitlyn Jenner joins the Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles to take in an emotional performance of Jay's story. Watch the touching moment in this deleted scene from "I Am Cait."

This issue features stories from parents of LGBT kids, plus an interview with Jay Pryor and much more.


Areas of Expertise



Personal Development

Workplace Culture

Well Being in the Workplace

Women's Empowerment


Transgender Transitioning FTM

Personal Power

Emotional Intelligence in the workplace