Meet the Writers,
Chelsea Alexander is a Junior at Hampton University double majoring in Sociology and Economics. As a child, journals and diaries chronicled her day to day life, inadvertently leaving a trail of stories and lessons learned along the way. Throughout her Journey with God, her writing has intensified and is an aid to inspire and help heal others. Chelsea recognizes the vulnerable state of being a writer but sharing her story allows individuals to see that they are not alone. In the future, Chelsea hopes to continue writing for leisure while also obtaining her PhD in Sociology.
Kiara Moore is a Junior at Hampton University majoring in English prelaw. Originally from Columbia, South Carolina, Kiara’s southern charm has brought her many welcoming friends at her “Home by The Sea”. Kiara is a woman who wears many hats, she is a Writer, Makeup Artist, Cosmetologist, Mentor of the youth and also a singer at church. Kiara is very goal oriented and will stop at nothing to reach her highest success. After Graduation Kiara plans on attending Law School with hopes of one day becoming a Civil Rights Attorney; until then Kiara will continue to shine through her writing, service, and mentorship to inspire the next generation.
Le-Aisha Lenae is a writer and author born and raised in Harlem, NY. She is currently attending Hunter College to obtain her MSW. She has been a writer since the first day she learned how to write. Her favorite gifts were always books, journals, and other stationery like chalk boards where she could pretend to also teach. Currently she is doing what she loves, being a job coach, instructor and writer. She started her blog, moreLOVE at leaishalenae.com as a way to introduce her audience to her writing because that is how she expressed herself. It was a way for her to speak on topics such as love, relationships and health in a nonjudgmental way, which allowed her readers to feel safe. For Le-Aisha it’s not about just talking about problems within the community and placing blame but about finding solutions and being understanding to everyone’s different processes. This has led her to write her debut poetry book “To showing Myself More Love,” a collection of poetry and short stories that shows her truth and her journey to self-love through relationships and experiences with lovers, friends, and family. Writing is the easiest way for her to be transparent and she hopes to reach as many people as possible to let them know that everything will be okay.
Jasmine Kromah is currently a junior studying Strategic Communications at my home by the sea, Hampton University! She's so excited to join the Good Girl Movement team as a Soul Food writer and being a part of bringing the good girl back.
Zaire Hagans-Jackson, is a Junior Strategic Communications Major, Entrepreneurship Minor from Newark, NJ, with plans of becoming a professional Creative Director in Fashion Activism and Media, Entrepreneur, and advocate of the law. Fun Fact: Her favorite fruits are mango and avocado, her least is by far banana!
EnDazha was born and raised in Richmond, VA graduated from Norfolk State University with a degree in Mass Communications. She studied abroad for a semester in Thailand, and it’s one of the experiences she's the most proud of because everyday she's looking to expand her perspective. Hannah is always looking for new ways to open her heart and connect with the world around her. She simply has an overall passion for being vulnerable, creating spaces for women to come alive and thrive. For a very long time she wasn’t able to be herself, would look into the mirror and not even be familiar with who was staring back, and if she can have a part in creating a world where women feel more safe to just be exactly who they are without constraints then she's achieved success. EnDazha is so excited to be apart of the Good Girl Movement, because she wants to love on as many woman as she can, and have her words create tangible change. She's always found solace, and friendship through journaling and wanted to share that. This is about encouragement. This is about healing. This is about sisterhood.