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Discover the Power of Words: Mandi’s Impactful Journey as a Journalist

By Tammy Reese


Meet Accomplished Journalist Mandi Miller.


Mandi’s work as a media professional and editorial writer focuses on educating and raising awareness about neurological disorders, mental health, and health and wellness. Her dedication to thoroughly researching her topics before publishing ensures the accuracy and integrity of her articles.

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Mandi’s passion for writing started at a young age, and she has since become a dedicated and enthusiastic writer. Mandi’s writing reflects her personal experiences and the experiences of those close to her, creating a relatable and empathetic connection with her readers. With her thought-provoking and timely articles, she has the ability to start conversations and inspire change.


Her focus on keeping people informed about current events is admirable. And, of course, what’s happening in the present time, you count on Mandi to write about it even if it starts a conversation. Please enjoy our interview!

 

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What would you like to see more of for and from Black women in media?


The media must portray and share the proper narratives of Black women comprehensively and accurately. Our stories and perspectives are often overlooked, and corporations must acknowledge and include us to increase representation and exploration in various categories. This intentional representation is significant for young people. Black women’s expressions are essential in all media categories, as well as in daily life. We deserve to be seen, heard, understood, and respected within the media’s creative space and in general.


What are you currently working on?


My hunger for writing about my experience, my condition, which is epilepsy, mental health, and wellness; these genres have become comfortable. Still, it feels good to know my experiences have helped individuals in all ways of life.


I want to provide insightful information that many may not be aware of and to be a source of support for those living with this disorder, especially for women and women of color. My goal is to assist those still trying to find their way through the unpredictability of epilepsy.

I recently wrote a piece about the statement, “ You Don’t Look. Are You Sure ?.” This piece was an eye-opener, especially for those who indeed get asked what the assumption of the negative of someone who may be living with a hidden disorder like epilepsy. I’ve also written articles that circle around the challenges and small solutions when teaching those living with any illness and the social experience that may have come with it.

As well as other topics and challenges like the entertainment industry and social interactions, which are often overlooked.


What keeps you motivated to continue your career path?


What keeps me motivated is the ability to write about my everyday life and turn it into a story that will start a conversation of all categories. Whatever piece I write, someone may have the same experience or at least the same thought and understanding.


What advice would you have for aspiring media professionals?


It’s essential to take the time to reflect and ensure that your communication style is true to yourself. I’m also working on this and encourage you to do the same.

Authenticity is everything, and no one can be you.


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TAMMY REESE


Tammy Reese began her career as a theater actress performing in 60 live stage shows a year with The Media Unit TV and Stage Production Company. She also directed the weekly live TV show Rough Times Live.


Eventually, she went to Empire State College to obtain her degree in media studies. After graduation, she did more theater and wrote and produced her own videos to spread awareness on social issues through the arts.


Tammy is an award-winning journalist and is best known for her legendary interviews with Sharon Stone, Angela Bassett, Sigourney Weaver, Phylicia Rashad, Billy Porter, Luke Evans, Geena Davis, Morris Chestnut, Essie Davis, Lauren Cohan, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Michael James Shaw, Ross Marquand, Merritt Wever, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Giancarlo Esposito, Meagan Good, Jennifer Connelly, Laurence Fishburne, Vivica A. Fox, Omar Epps, Joseph Sikora, Nelly, Ryan Coogler, Carmen Electra, Tom Arnold, Michole Briana White, and many more.


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I'm truly inspired by Mandi's dedication to using her platform to shed light on neurological disorders, mental health, and overall wellness. Her commitment to thorough research and the integrity of her articles is evident in her work. It's clear that her passion for writing is a driving force, and she's able to connect with readers on a personal level by sharing her own experiences and those of people close to her.

As for the question about what we'd like to see more of from Black women in media, I couldn't agree more with Mandi's perspective. Proper representation and the sharing of narratives from Black women are long overdue. It's crucial that their stories and voices are given the attention and…

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