Allure

Since March 2019, I have been an Editorial Assistant at Allure where I work on both the print and digital teams and assist the Editor-in-Chief. Through my work, I am able to explore the things I love about beauty, like creative eye makeup that push past conventional rules and basically anything related to Black hair,…

Curls Understood

Back when my blog was called BrassyClassySassy, I wrote for Curls Understood about different topics related to natural hair. Low Porosity, High Porosity: Does It Really Even Matter? Why Coloring your Curls May Be Worth the Risk 7 Healthy Tips for Dyeing Your Hair Multiple Colors

Her Campus

During my sophomore year at Her Campus, I got to wrtie a few stories relevant to campus life and culture. Self Care: Is It Even Realistic? Need an On-Campus Job? Check out these options! A Letter to All the Freshmen Awaiting Housing Day

#CafeSinLeche

On August 8th, I began a Twitter chat for Black Latinxs to come together and engage in dialogue about our lived experiences with the hashtag #CafeSinLeche.  Black Latinxs from around the world can participate. From the first chat alone, the hashtag #CafeSinLeche received 266.8k impressions. See below for my reflections on the first chat. The…

Blavity

Blavity was my first real opportunity writing for a media publication where I served as a Content Fellow for a year. My writing has definiteely improved greatly since then but see below for some of my favorite pieces to see how my careeer all began. Check out all the rest of my Blavity pieces here….

The Nation

As one of two Student Writing Fellows for The Nation,  I reported on political and social topics relevant to young people of color. For Students of Color, Ivy League Schools Have a Long Way to Go For Women’s History Month, Here Are 6 Women to Remember Elite New York High Schools Need More Diversity—Standardized Testing…