Chronically Fearless Feature

Chronically Fearless Feature

Chronically Fearless is a space for young women living with chronic illnesses to connect and share experiences and resources.   me in Fearless merch. I was first introduced to Tasha from The Africanist Podcast  (her episode here) two years ago. I immediately fell in love with her message and mission, I attended the Chronically Fearless launch a few ... Read More
The Warrior Series Video

The Warrior Series Video

Perfection is the enemy of progress I’ve had this idea in mind for months but was disappointed by the quality of video I shot. Unable to re-shoot, I was determined to compensate with editing, when I got sick of Premiere Pro, I just decided to post! I’m just glad to get the idea out of ... Read More
ATX & London #Vlogs

ATX & London #Vlogs

  Some of my blog posts got lost in the sauce and I was unable to recover them sooo I just wanted to re-post my travel vlogs for archiving reasons. I wish I remembered what all I wrote for each post so I could perfectly re-post them but I don’t soo lesson learned. More YouTube ... Read More
KweenPhotos + Sikcell for #WegoHealthAwards

KweenPhotos + Sikcell for #WegoHealthAwards

I know, it’s been a minute and life updates are coming soonest! In the mean time, I have some exciting news! I’m honored to say I’ve been nominated for the #WEGOHealthAwards! These awards seek to recognize Patient Leaders who are making an impact with their advocacy. My advocacy are being sickle ell awareness. “The WEGO ... Read More
#TheWarriorSeries Volume 1

#TheWarriorSeries Volume 1

June 19th is World Sickle Cell Awareness Day. In honor of it, I launched a project that was has been on my heart for some time – #TheWarriorSeries. The Warrior Series is a photo series that redefines what it means to live with sickle cell. I was also honored to have it featured on xoNECOLE: ... Read More
Too American for Nigeria, Too Nigerian for America

Too American for Nigeria, Too Nigerian for America

The Plight of the Immigrant-American, written Fall 2015 It wasn’t until my recent trip to Nigerian that I realized just how American I am. Up until studying abroad in spring 2014, solely identified as Nigerian, a delusion that is mostly due to the way I was raised. As a first generation American, my parents wanted to ensure ... Read More
2017 Reading List

2017 Reading List

A while ago, a work colleague asked what my favorite book was, and I initially said I don’t know or I don’t have one. He then asked another colleague and they began a discussion on The Prince and other philosophical works. The truth, however, is that my favorite books (The Namesake, My Sister’s Keeper, contemplating on Americanah ) are ... Read More
Lessons from The White House

Lessons from The White House

The White House Internship Program is designed to cultivate young leaders and give them an opportunity to develop their leadership skills and gain exposure to the public service sector via an Executive Office assignment. Naturally, there’s a lot of exposure to v important public sector leaders. Throughout my time there, I jotted down notes from mentoring meetings, brown bags, round ... Read More
Return of the Kween

Return of the Kween

Hello, It’s me. You’ve been wondering what have I been up to in my one year (but really two-year) hiatus. Before I get into all of that, take two seconds to follow me on Instagram and Twitter (@KweenPhotos) so you can stay up to date on what I’m up to and new photography. Have you done it….? ... Read More