Aziah Kamari Pless, an Atlanta/DMV native, is an English: Editing Writing and Media major at The Florida State University. While attending an all girl’s high school, Aziah was a member of the 10-time championship track team. Along with sports, she participated in her school’s gospel choir, while being involved in Seton Diamonds; a fashion, modeling, etiquette and empowerment club. Her interest in hair, makeup, fashion, and modeling, influence her decisions to get involved with creating her Youtube channel, start modeling in small print photo shoots, and even starting her wig making business to give women an “affordable way to slay”.
The first year sophomore is a 2017 inductee in the chapter Sigma Alpha Pi, National Society of Leadership and Success' (NSLS). Her communication and leadership skills allow her to participate as an assistant editor for undergraduate journal, The Kudzu Review; which publishes various creative pieces. She has also writtenpieces over the years ranging anywhere from short stories, to personal and professional papers. Aziah’s goal in her writing is to begin to focus more on the empowerment of the black community ad black women. She focuses on pieces that seem alienated in the black community, and strives to incorporate her unique spirituality and relationship with God, herself, and the black women around her to uplift Good girls everywhere.