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We talk about everything from our favorite apps to how you can grow your site traffic to websites that offer free stuff to entrepreneurs. We are totally about that budget business life.
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Luvvie Ajayi is an award-winning writer, humorist and digital strategist who believes in using the power of technology for social change.
A thirteen-year blogging veteran, she is the voice behind Awesomely Luvvie, a respected entertainment and humor blog that covers everything pop culture – from TV, movies and technology to life’s random adventures.
She is also the Executive Director of The Red Pump Project, a nonprofit that raises awareness about the impact of HIV/AIDS on women and girls using red shoes as a symbol of empowerment.
Luvvie is a columnist for TheGrio, has contributed her writing to XOJane, EBONY, Clutch Magazine and Uptown Magazine, and has been featured by the Chicago Sun-Times,Africa.com, Essence.com, AOL.com, Black Enterprise, The Root and more.
She was winner of the 2012 Women’s Media Center Social Media Award, a 30 under 30 JET Magazine honoree, and is one of Babble’s 25 Bloggers Changing the World. Luvvie is an alum of the University of Illinois.
Briana Ford is a digital marketing consultant who is obsessed with all things business, education, and tech. Merging the 3 together is her life goal.
She is the founder of Startup Noire, a digital media company that provides content, community, and consulting to black and other underserved entrepreneurs. She enjoys bringing what she’s learned from working with brands such as Goodwill and Nokia Live to people who don’t have as much access to business resources.
Briana is also a respected writer, starting her first blog when she was only 9 years old. Since then, she has been featured in the Los Angeles Times, New York Times, and Yahoo. When she’s not falling down the rabbit hole of the Internet, she’s devouring a book, or trying to protect her food from her dog Layla.