An Insightful Wordsmith Who Speaks Intelligently in Powerful Circles
She is a New York Times best-selling author, speaker and technology professional.Her first book, Im Judging You: The Do Better Manual, became an immediate best seller upon its release in September 2016.
Luvvie has been a blogger for fourteen years. In her blog site, she discusses pop culture, television, social media and race, to name a few.
She is recognized as a speaker, host and ambassador. As a digital strategist, she helps people make the most of the internet.Luvvie has spoken at the White House and lectured classes in several countries like Egypt, South Africa and Haiti.
She has a tech blog, Awesomely Techie, for resources, tips and tutorials on digital matters.
Her love for justice and passion for shoes inspired her to establish The Red Pump Project. It is a national non-profit organization that raises awareness about the impact of HIV/Aids on girls and women. The program has been existing for seven years.
Awesomely Luvviehighlights a long list of issues in her top posts skinny girl problems, events in social media, celebrities, top series episodes and technology.
Luvvie was born in Nigeria and later moved to Chicago with her family at the age of nine. She studied psychology.
Her website, AwesomelyLuvvie.com, has accumulated a huge following.
Her first book carries a theme about a return to ethics, and higher level of behavior for oneself and others. The Chicago Tribune has described the book as smart and hilarious. Shonda Rhymes and Betty Beers have acquired the book to adapt as a comedy series through their company, Shondaland and ABC signature.
Last year, she was the first writer to be invited to speak at the National Museum of African American History and Culture. This became a sold-out event.
Luvvie has been hailed by famous celebrities like Bono and Shonda Rhymes for her unique voice and hard-hitting political commentary.
She has lectured on activism via social media at the Alt Summit and the White House. Luvvie gives hilarious, incisive commentary on sensitive issues like race and gender.
Her witty utilization of social media is modern although her perspective is intentionally influenced by religion and old school manners. She disapproves of how social media has facilitated lack of civility on judgmental issues.
Luvvie cleverly uses humor and a hilarious tone to get people to be less defensive. She observes that this makes it possible to discuss difficult topics with them.
Awesomely Luvvieis an accomplished intellectual who boasts of around 500 thousand visitors to bothher website and Twitter handle.
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