Brittany Rodgers

Brittany Rodgers

Brittany Rodgers is a graduate of Columbia College Chicago with a Bachelor of Arts in journalism. She has written for a variety of publications, including The Chicago Tribune and Chicago Defender newspaper. She also is a blogger and enjoys social media.

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Detroit native Judge Lauren Lake is your modern day renaissance woman. From revealing paternity tests results in the court room, to writing books about relationship advice and helping with women issues, Lauren is living a life without limits.

School of Golf: Meet Pro Golfer Maggie Noel

Published in Featured Articles
Monday, 18 November 2013 22:11

Maggie Noel isn’t your ordinary golfer. She rocks a short edgy haircut, has tattoos, is a woman of color, and she’s the only female golf instructor for the chain business Top Golf.

The Beauty of BEE

Published in Featured Articles
Tuesday, 10 September 2013 00:56

With dedication and overcoming self-esteem issues, creator of BEE Cosmetics and entrepreneur, Brooke, decided to create a cosmetic line that would help uplift women inner and outer beauty. Most college students spend their refund money on material things, electronics or vacations but Brooke chose a different route. She decided to save her checks and invest into a partnership with a manufacturing company that would help create products for her company. From spending time in the chemistry lab while in college, she created a formula specifically for her brand.

Inside the Mind of Fashion Designer El-Bee

Published in Featured Articles
Monday, 08 July 2013 02:42

When El-Bee started sketching outfits and making clothes out of old towels at the age of five years old, that’s when she knew she wanted to become a fashion designer. With not having that much money to provide clothes for her dolls, she would take random fabric and make outfits out them. British Designer El-Bee was born and raised in London and moved to the United States with her family in 2007. She was recently featured on Houston’s local news station ABC 13 for making a newspaper prom dress. From crazy designs to making edible dresses, El-Bee London is just getting started and making her mark in the fashion world. GlossMagazineOnline (GMO) had the chance to speak with El-Bee on her contemporary women’s clothing, El-Bee London, and her future projects.

Basketball Wives star and actress, Tami Roman, has a new look and is revealing her secret behind her new fabulous figure. She is the newest spokesperson for NV Clinical weight loss supplement and has lost over 35 pounds, so far.

GMO Catches up with Pop Singer Maurice Rabsatt

Published in Featured Articles
Wednesday, 27 June 2012 14:14

Originally from St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, Maurice Rabsatt has paved his way into the music world with his style of reggae and pop music. Maurice started his singing career in the church choir and attending performing arts school.

Trainer Yusuf Myers Offers Fitness Tips

Published in Health & Fitness
Friday, 02 March 2012 18:24

Maybe you or someone you know is trying to shed pounds off for the summer. It's not as easy as it seems. According to celebrity fitness trainer Yusuf Myers, you should start a food blog, meet with a trainer, and then start your workout regimen.

Living Authentically: Meet Author Kim Bady

Published in Lifestyle
Monday, 07 November 2011 03:45

Growing up as a woman, you go through trials and tribulations to “find” yourself. Houston native Kim Bady was once a preacher’s wife, went through a divorce and afterwards started a journal that turned into a book called “Authentically Me.”

Deborah Gregory is the mastermind behind “The Cheetah Girls,” a cheetah-licious series and Disney Channel original movie. She is originally from Brooklyn, N.Y., but grew up in foster homes in the Bronx. She never really had the passion for writing, but it was a part of who she was growing up as a child.

Meet Wedding Guru & WEtv's Diann Valentine

Published in Featured Articles
Monday, 12 September 2011 22:46

The go-to wedding and event designer, Diann Valentine, is the creative director for many celebrity weddings. Diann describes herself as an revolutionist who goes against the grain and describes her creativity as eclectic and edgy. “I don’t follow the trends, I set them,” she says.

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