Myckelle P. Williams
C.E.O. of B.L.O.G Magazine, and creator of the Heartwood Project™, helps women to boldly, yet patiently, overcome the traumas and injuries of yesteryear. Through the Heartwood Project™, a 16-hour intensive program focused on emotional healing, Myckelle helps women cut off the dead roots of their past, regenerate new roots and then cultivate a healthy legacy for themselves and the next generation.
Once a homeless teen parent with a crisis pregnancy…now a Wife, mother, business owner, speaker, mentor, and all around motivator with a testimony of overcoming the odds, which you can read about in her newly published novel “Choosing the Road Less Traveled: Finding Grace on the Path to Purpose” available on Amazon and Kindle. You can also hear Myckelle hosting on her monthly BLOGTalk Live!™ Radio Broadcasts Conference calls on Thursday Nights at 8:00 est at www.blogtalkradio.com/blogtalklive. Myckelle is a wife and mother of 6 who has trained and taught many cutting edge youth programs, including TRAIN in Atlanta, WAIT Training, She was an Abstinence Director and Mentor at Hope Pregnancy
Center, in Woodstock Georgia, and it’s Mother of Israel Award Winner, 2005. For 8 years she taught PLAN Abstinence Program in Cobb County Public Schools, with the Real Majority Group, as well as been a featured speaker at many churches and events to raise money for various youth causes. She was featured on “Joy in our Town” on TBN Network for her development of
the PURE Satisfaction Abstinence Program in Atlanta in 2009
B.L.O.G. Magazine Co-Editing Staff:
Kischa Loree Pena, Co-editor & Contributing Writer. Kischa has a passion for positive expression through writing and music. She enjoys sharing her love for poetry with readers and writers alike. She feels strongly that writing is a form of therapy which allows the writer to express their thoughts without any inhibitions and liberates the reader in the same fashion.
She studied Business Administration through the University of Phoenix at Axia College. She is an active member of United Voices of Efland, a non-profit organization in her hometown of Efland, North Carolina and a Greensboro TraCS Community Advisory Board Member. Her most important role is being a single mother to her 8 year old son.
Although Kischa has been living with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma for the past 8 years of her life, she doesn’t let that stop her desire to help others in need. Actually, it has ignited a fire within. She is currently starting an ongoing clothing drive for families in need, as well as partnering with women in surrounding communities to form a own non-profit to promote positive development of today’s youth. She will also be a contributing writer for the Entertainment and Poetry Corner of B.L.O.G. Magazine.
Silk Jasmyne Hindus
Co Editor and Contributing Writer; Silk is a graduate of Florida International University with a Degree in Communications and is currently working part time as a Promotions Assistant/Traffic Assistant for CBS Radio Tampa/St. Pete. In her spare time she reads and writes poetry and short stories. She currently plans to pursue a MFA in Creative Writing in order to become a college professor and novelist. She would like to publish her first book before the age of 35.
Co-Editor and Contributing Writer; Keshia is a student at Ball State University studying journalism and creative writing. In her free time she enjoys hanging out with friends, being artsy, and attempting to recreate recipes she found online. Keshia strives to glorify Christ in all that she does.