Defying Disability and Defining Dreams

“I grew up always wanting to model and act, but I was always told it wouldn’t be an avenue for me.” Women of color find that brands haven’t always taken the initiative to represent them and their dollar when it comes to marketing and promoting their products. It always seems to be more of a hassle, and now that we’ve become more visible in marketing and branding, the only place we can go from here is up. Our Funky Junky Feature for this month is one of those women. Tatiana is a gorgeous, thriving model and actress living the life Read More

Renee’s Corner: The Mentor Meant For You!

Maybe the most important part of the maturation process between adolescence and early adulthood is figuring out what you want to do with the rest of your life. Some of us are fortunate enough to find the answer to this question relatively early in our existence, either through an inherited family business or trade, or the emergence of an innate and unique talent. Entering my sophomore year of high school, I found myself trying to solve this very mystery. I knew that I wanted to go to college and further my education, but I wasn’t exactly sure what that meant. At Read More