A U.S. Presidential Scholar in The Arts, Jackson earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in dance and choreography from the California Institute of the Arts and launched to stardom after being selected to compete on LogoTV's Season 6 of RuPaul's Drag Race. Since then, Laganja has rooted herself as an established entrepeneur, renowned choreographer and an industry-revered talent. Today, Laganja continues to be an integral member of the dance, cannabis, acting and LGBTQ+ activism communities. 

Today, Jackson’s television and film credits include RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars (2021), Heidi Klum’s Queen of Drags (2019), So You Think You Can Dance (2018 & 2019), Latin American Music Awards (2019), Germany's Next Top Model (2018), Bong Appetite (2017 & 2019), America's Got Talent (2016), RuPaul's Green Screen Christmas (2015), Skin Wars (2015), MTV's Video Music Awards (Miley Cyrus/2015), RuPaul’s Drag Race (2014) and the American Music Awards (Christina Aguilera/2012). 

Laganja was featured on the cover of New York Magazine’s June 2019 issue The Most Powerful Drag Queens in America. She has also been featured in High Times Magazine as well as Dope Magazine, making her the first LGBTQ+ entertainer to appear on the cover of a cannabis magazine.The 2017 Dope Magazine feature story, “Balancing Gay Rights, Cannabis, and the Pursuit of Happiness,” covered Jackson’s road to fame, and cannabis’ integral role in mitigating pain from the rigors of dance and performance. In 2020, Laganja was featured as the cover star for Hotpot Magazine.

Laganja has served as the face of many advertising campaigns. In September, 2021, Samsung launched a national campaign for the Galaxy Z Flip3 5G with Laganja alongside Todrick Hall at the center. Also in 2021, Laganja was featured in a campaign for Hotels.com for 4/20.