I’m a communications designer, curious creative, and humanistic thinker originally from Alabama.
I am the creator of the CFBS Podcast, which explores the intersectionality of the experience of millennial women of the African Diaspora millennial. Topics include the discovery of a woman’s own sexuality and sexual expression through pop culture and society (i.e. religion, culture, etc.).
I’ve studied in Alabama (University of Alabama, December 2016), California, and New York (Pratt Institute, May 2020), and have traveled to Japan and throughout the United States.
I have enjoyed partnerships involving brand identity and designing for social impact and media. Some of the most interesting projects to me have promoted diversity, education, and human-centered concepts (e.g., sexuality, sociology, interactions, women, minorities, and cultures around the world).
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The case study follows the idea that pop culture, i.e., social media and streaming television shows, wants to be inclusive, but it can’t. It falls back on the old traditions (sexism, religion) of stereotypes. If media perpetuates stereotypes, then how do black women become more than their stereotypes…by sharing their/our voices so that other black millennial women know that they are not alone in this open yet repressed culture. CBFS Podcast talks to black millennial women from a range of sexual identities to hopefully give a voice to unrecognized forms of black female sexuality and give additional viewpoints to ones that pop culture continues to stereotype.
Social Media Manager
UI Designer/Visual Designer
Millennial age black women