Aundréa A. Murray

unnamedDISCLAIMER: I use journalism as a tool to share a message, not as a soapbox for my opinions.

I try to bridge creativity with connectivity – meaning no topic, location or emotion is off limits as long as it connects my story with someone else’s.

Therefor, I write for women and I write for the Black community. I write for millennials lost in Corporate America and I write for minorities exposed to diverse environments. I write for victims of domestic violence and I write for those suffering from mental illnesses. I write for those afraid to write and I write for myself.

I write because it makes me feel vulnerable. And vulnerability has always been my superpower.