Hi, I’m Tasha. I’m a copywriter turned essayist, passionate about telling women’s stories. Whether through my various positions in marketing and sales or my writing career, I’ve dedicated nearly 20 years to empowering others through information.
My writing journey officially began in 2007. Fed up with the “How to Make a Man Fall in Love with You” and “How to Please a Man in Bed” articles, I saw an opportunity to change the narrative of single women. I launched Singleandfab.com, an online magazine dedicated to happily unmarried professional women, attracting the attention of best-selling authors and VH1 television personalities. Since then, my writing has appeared in various publications, including Newsday, WomenonBusiness.com, and the East Meadow Herald.
Storytelling is the salve for the emotional wounds we suffer as women. Throughout my career, I’ve encountered talented and successful women from all walks of life, yet each with the same haunting story – not feeling good enough.
My mission is to create dialogue and awareness around the cultural and social programming that keeps us in bondage so that every woman can touch her own greatness.
Committed to financial empowerment, I’ve presented entrepreneurship workshops to teenage mothers across Long Island, NY, through MOMMA’s House. I’ve also worked with several women-centered nonprofits, including The Long Island Fund for Women & Girls, Nassau County Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Planned Parenthood of Nassau County, the Financial Clinic, and South Nassau Communities Hospital.
When I’m not writing, you can find me hiking the Charlotte trails or lifting my body weight in dumbbells.