American journalist who became Editor-in-Chief from the African-American women’s magazine Fact in 1981. She started working for Fact within the magazine’s initial calendar year of publication. While ascending towards the rank of Editor-in-Chief, she were able to earn her bachelor’s level from Fordham School. She was the 1998 receiver of The Newspaper Web publishers of America’s Henry Johnson Fisher Prize and was the initial African-American woman to get the honor. She was created in Harlem, NEW YORK to parents who acquired immigrated to America from Trinidad and St. Kitts. She and Condoleezza Grain had been both recipients from the esteemed NAACP President’s Prize during the initial decade from the 21st Century.
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