The District Diva is a twenty-something  freelance writer, social media consultant, NY resident, and author of the two-time Black Weblog Award-winning (and four-time nominated) blog “The Dithering of a District Diva.” Named one of Essence Magazine’s “best online sites”  for 2011, her work has appeared in Ebony Magazine and Clutch Magazine and she has interviewed such legends as Civil Rights leader Jesse Jackson and Grammy-Award Winning Soul Queen Patti LaBelle, Shaquille O’Neal, and White House officials as well as noted scholars, politicians, social leaders and more in her award-nominated series “The Prototype,” and its companion series, “The Archetype.”

Contact: diva@dcdistrictdiva.com

Watch DC District Diva give her acceptance speech for “Best Faith-Based Blog of 2011”:

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Big Black Book of Websites: The best sites for your every need” via Essence Magazine and Essence Online

The Dithering of a District Diva” via The Howard Hilltop

2011 Black Weblog Award Winners” via Black Weblog Awards

An Interesting View on Creflo/Eddie Long: Check Your Spiritual Leadership” via Miss Jia

Sex and the City Racist Against Blacks and Arabs?” via Bossip

Bodacious Bloggers” via For Colored Gurls

2010 Black Weblog Award Winner: Best New Blog

50 Blogs Written By Happy Black Women” via Happy Black Woman

Freelance Work:

Sixth-Grader Strives to Honor Slave with Commemorative Stamp” in Ebony Magazine

5 Steps to Loving the Single Life” in Clutch Magazine

Aliya King Lists 5 Reasons to Cop Her New Book Platinum” in Clutch Magazine


Fashion for the Cure” Breast Cancer Fashion Show Fundraiser


“Divine Dialogue” online radio show discussing Sex, Christ, and the Church (audio available here).

“The Washington Insider” radio show with LaToya Foster

Press Releases:

8/09/2011 DC District Diva Brings Awareness to Mental Health Issues with Black Christian Webseries “Broken Cisterns”

7/10/2011 Christian Blogger DC District Diva Wins Best Faith-Based Blog at 2011 Black Weblog Awards

Contact diva@districtdiva.com for freelance/guest-blogging

Blog Logo: All thanks to God for putting it on my Hampton University sister Ieesha McKenzie’s heart to design me my very own logo! She even gave my diva twenty pearls (skee-wee)! There are no words, lady. You are so appreciated and loved!