Rozalynn Frazier is an award-winning, multimedia journalist, NASM-certified personal trainer, and behavior change specialist living in New York City. Rozalynn, a 10-time marathoner, is passionate about health, wellness, and fitness, and works to expand access to these spaces, making them more diverse and inclusive. Her work has appeared in Shape, SELF, Men’s Health, Women’s Health, Runner’s World, Bicycling, Real Simple, Cosmopolitan, and O.
Pamela M. McBride is an Atlanta-based senior advisor to a director of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in a federal agency. She coauthored two books, is a freelance writer and has been a military spouse for more than 30 years. She is currently telling her stories through personal essays.
Ziba Kashef is a freelance writer and author of four books. Formerly an editor at McCalls, Sesame Street Parents, Essence and Pregnancy magazines, she specializes in health, mental health and lifestyle topics.
Lawana Porter is a freelance writer who lives in Dallas, Texas. A recent retiree from the city’s public school district, she is an avid reader and member of Toastmasters International. Her passions include promoting mental wellness, travel, mentoring new Toastmasters, and studying Spanish.