“Follow your passions, Live with Purpose” Not only am I on the hunt for creative entrepreneurs to share their awesome journeys online, I was also on the radar for an interview by this startling surprise platform that celebrates other inspiring moguls in the creative field via Identity By Design Magazine. After a few weeks of […]Read more "Personal Interview with JoAnna LeFlore | Feb. 2015"
Freelancing is what I do for fun, I often say. And truthfully, writing has always been a passion of mine ever since I was a kid, composing short stories, children’s books and poetry for school publications. As I grow in my craft, I plan to share it here. Most recently, I want to share my […]Read more "Hope for Women Magazine"
Written by JoAnna LeFlore Publication: Family Spectrum Olivia Rodriguez and Angel Gomez use graffiti art to motivate them to achieve in the classroom and beyond. Little more than a year ago, the South High 17 year olds’ absenteeism and lack of motivation spelled a path to failure. But thanks to an innovative program through the […]Read more "Graffiti art brings academic success to South High students"
Here are some more of my online publications while I was Assistant News Editor for the newspaper “The Gateway” published at the University of Nebraska – Omaha. I contributed for a year and partially through the semester joined the staff (4 months). It was for a short time, but it was worthwhile! Some of the stories are […]Read more "Gateway Newspaper"
Hair transforms women’s self-esteem, leads back to natural hair By JoAnna LeFlore – December 2010 Originally published in 101 Magazine (A Howard University online publication) Fashion icons and celebrities influence many women to mimic popular styles no matter how expensive the look. Enter Monica Hobbs, 23-year-old hair stylist and hair care specialist from Omaha, Neb. who […]Read more "The Ties that Bond: Women, Hair, Self-Esteem – 101 Magazine"