Kimberly Elise is a film and television actress, a four-time NAACP Image Award recipient, a Chicago Film Critics Award recipient, and the current star of a hit television drama on VH1. With a career that spans over 20 years, Kimberly Elise has worked alongside Denzel Washington, Oprah Winfrey, Forest Whitaker, Cicely Tyson, and Danny Glover. Kimberly Elise currently stars in the hit television drama “Hit The Floor,” which is ranked as the #1 Cable Network program Among Women 18-34 and Women 18-49 On Monday Nights.
A vegan, Kimberly advocates cruelty-free, mindful, authentic living and natural beauty through her website KimberlyElise.com.
Ajableu is the Executive Editor of KimberlyElise.com and also works as a marketing manager for a TV network in Hollywood. After studying art history at The American University of Paris in France, she received her degree in writing and psychology at The New School in Manhattan.
Ajableu is a lover of culture, art, and travel. When she’s not scribbling away about beauty rituals in foreign cities, she can be found sipping a mimosa on a rooftop somewhere in Hollywood. You can read her beauty marketing blog at Ajableu.com.
Elizabeth is a food, travel, and wellness writer with a taste for ethnic foods and world cultures. She enjoys creative writing and blogs about her adventures traveling at wanderingelle.blogspot.com. Follow her on Instagram at @wanderingelle.
Elizabeth is intrigued by foreign languages, paper books, and extreme sports. She advocates slow food, snail mail and modern-day minimalism.
Her latest endeavors include interior decorating, DIY crafts, and perfecting her autumn pumpkin bread.
Zeila Edrial is a Print Journalism graduate from Cal State University, Fullerton. She is a lifestyle and pop culture writer. If she’s not at home reading or playing video games, she can be found attending concerts and exploring new places.
You can follow her adventures on Instagram @misszeila.
Leah is a junior Environmental Science student with a love for sustainability and natural hair. After finishing her degree she hopes to work in the Environmental Policy field while also continuing as a blogger. Her studies and the natural hair world tend to overlap as she is a strong supporter of environmentally friendly and sustainably packaged products.
She is an avid yogi, crafter, and beachgoer with an extreme case of wanderlust. Although attending school in Southern California, she is a Midwest native from Saint Louis, MO.
Erika was born and raised in Inglewood, CA. She is the youngest of her four siblings and is the first in her family to graduate from college. She recently obtained her journalism degree from Azusa Pacific University and will continue on at Loyola Marymount University in the fall of 2017. She has had a desire to write since the tender age of 8 and has done so ever since. When she’s not writing, she’s either taking long walks on the beach or shopping with some of her best friends. Find her on Instagram @erikajoih.
Emily is a writer and former east coaster now based in Los Angeles, California. She earned a degree in Editing, Writing, & Media and History from Florida State University and hopes to work in television, creating original scripted content. She is an avid runner and when not writing can be found performing stand-up, traveling, and asking to pet other people’s dogs.
Landon is a writer based in Los Angeles. Originally from Nashville, Tennessee, she went to Princeton University, earning her degree in English and playing on their varsity golf team. She is the author of “No Place that Far:” Splash Mountain’s Plantation Preservation and is a contributor for The Tab, Mic.com, FanBread, Blasting News, Women’s Golf, Suzee Behind The Scenes, and more. She is the founder of Funky Feminist (www.funkyfeminist.com), an online blog and shop that empowers women and girls to push the limits, fight for what they believe in, and be unapologetically themselves. Funk is also a certified yoga instructor who specializes in power vinyasa and trauma yoga.
Olivia studies journalism at Chapman University and has been on her natural hair journey since January of 2016. She is a social justice advocate who hopes to be a part of the change she wants to see in the world.
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