It’s been a while since I’ve checked in. As many of you know, I’m currently working on my Masters program and I’m 6 classes away from graduation. I recently finished my Multimedia development and editing class. Going into this class, I really thought it was going to be extremely challenging. Although it was challenging, the class taught me that I really was capable of doing a lot of things on my own. I enjoyed every assignment that I had each week. I loved learning how to create photo stories and how to edit photos. I have spent so much money over the years having people edit my photos and videos only to realize, I was capable of doing it myself. This month, I do wish I would have done better with my podcast and I also wish that I would have added music to my assignment covering Caribana. Unfortunately, I couldn’t find any royalty free music and if I used anything else, I think it would have been inauthentic. This last course really gave my self confidence a boost and I’ve been able to be more consistent with the content I create. Looking forward to what I learn next. I’ll update you guys in a few weeks.
On Saturday, January 26, 2019 in a beautiful and serene event space, nearly 15 young girls and their role models met for the inaugural Royelles Revolution Live. Chief Girl Crusader and Royelles Inc. Founder & CEO, Mukami Kinoti Kimotho, was our gracious host. The event was a well curated and intimate gathering for a diverse group of girls ages 10 -15.