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E.C. Pizarro III

Entrepreneur. Public Speaker. Trans Advocate.

Empowering the trans community through tech and design is a testament of authenticity, diversity, and liberation.

1:1 Branding Audit & Roadmap

It’s time to brand your business for personal freedom! If you are looking to propel your brand to the next level, this will be your best tool for success! Gain clarity, creative direction, and professional resources.

Public Speaker & Educator

E.C is a professional speaker on topics like entrepreneurship, Trans visibility and corporate advocacy, and the power of employment in tech, and personal development. Check his availability for your next event.

1Z2R Design Firm

1Z2R provides project management services for virtual and in-person events, website design,  professional “behind-the-scenes” content capture, and webmaster services. 1Z2R supports and serves small business and corporate clients alike.

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About E.C.

Out100 2022: LGBTQ+ Policy Makers and Advocates Changing the World

E.C Pizarro III is an award-winning entrepreneur and Trans advocate that has been leaving footprints in the design and tech industries for over 12 years. Personally transitioning from corporate to freelance, he uses his expertise to support creatives as they leverage their talents and skills to discover personal and financial freedom. As the creative director of his design firm, 1Z2R, he leads his team in creating branding and digital content for entrepreneurs, corporate firms, and fortune 500 companies alike.


E.C is also the present executive director of TransTech Social Enterprises and the founder of Marsha’s Web (a resource directory for TLGBQIA+ communities that centers BIPOC Transgender, Intersex, and GNC business owners/organizations). His advocacy, work ethic, and vast knowledge supports tech agencies as they foster a foundation for success within society’s most marginalized communities.

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