Chris works as an online marketing manager and avid lover of tech with a keen awareness of pop culture. He is the original brain behind Kubashi.
Aditi Kaushiva is a compulsive traveller, dancer, author, an eclectic writer and co-founder of The Dance Bible, an Indian based dance management and networking platform for dance lovers. She dabbles in travel writing, arts and culture, and fiction on her blog Aditi’s Pen and hopes to publish her second book soon.
Abrea is a millennial torn between the nostalgia of handwritten notes and the convenient technology of Bluetooth speakers. At Pace, she is an Associate Editor on the Walmart account. She’s widened her writing repertoire by maintaining a modern art column with the Winston-Salem Journal while also balancing a thriving modeling career. Abrea received her Master’s in Business Management from the Wake Forest University School of Business. While studying for her BA in Spanish from St. John’s University, she completed internships with: Jazz at Lincoln Center, Epic Records and XXL Magazine. She enjoys a good whiskey, writing about incredible people, exceptional music, and life in marvelous and perplexing times.
Lauren is an editor at Kubashi. She is also a writer/poet, engineer, entrepreneur, world traveler and all around cool lady. You can check out some of her writings, and some dope Awareness Apparel at https://t-aware.com, IG: @tawareapparel. Hailing from the heart of Northwest Washington, D.C., Lauren offers an urban perspective on good fun, good food, good music, good books, and really, #AllThingsCool. #Kubashi
A truth teller, a realist, a Jersey Italian, and one who has learned to dance in the rain. I am a 40-year-old single mom of 3 beautiful, dynamic and challenging children who are my world. I work full time, am a woman of faith and an avid runner—a former collegiate athlete who still tries to live the dream! I’m no writer nor do I know all the answers but I would like to share my story.
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