Ebony F. is a writer, consultant, and community activist with a unique voice and social perspective. A writer for several magazines including Hearst Publications, Blavity, Cuisine Noir,and 21Ninety, Ebony's work is distinguishable by its insightful, compassionate, and often humorous tone. From pop culture to politics, to practical home-grown wisdom, this creative empath brings to her writing, a perfect balance of GenX practicality and Millenial optimism.
Check out her bylines below.
Teen Vogue features beauty, celebrity style, entertainment, teen issues, videos and more.
Blavity is the fastest growing multicultural media company reaching over 7 million millennials each month with a full spectrum of content. Ebony F. is a staff writer for Blavity. Check out her byline here.
21 days to form a habit. 90 days to create a lifestyle. 21Ninety is a community for women to come together to share stories, build better habits, and grow in all areas of life. Ebony F. is a staff writer for 21Ninety. Check out her byline here.
Her weekly column, "Adulting: Am I doing this right?" is all about navigating the transition into adulthood with all the awkward missteps along the way. Ebony F. is a columnist for Blavity. Check out her byline here.
Cuisine Noir is the first food and wine lifestyle magazine for African-Americans.
Ebony F. is a writer and consultant for Cuisine Noir. Check out her byline here.
MyWeekly, sold on newsstands across the U.K., is a women's magazine that brings the perfect mix of great reading to inspire and entertain. Ebony is a travel contributor.
Founded in 1951, Jet Magazine is a classic African-American household staple and the No. 1 African-American newsweekly in the world. Ebony F. has been featured in Jet. Check out her byline here.
Williamsburg's Next Door Neighbors is a monthly magazine written by and about locals and direct mailed monthly to 39,911 homes in the Williamsburg, Virginia area. Ebony F. is a staff writer.
"Ebony consistently delivers to a standard of excellence." -Wes Berwise CEO, WBSS Media