Afrika Brown

420 Catherine Street, Walla Walla, WA 99362

Professional Experience

I am a griot. A griot is a West African term for storyteller. I hold a sacred position of witnessing and reciting the stories of people, some of whom are known, but most would disappear into time if not for me. To learn more about me and view samples of my work, please visit my website: LinkedIn:


15 Years
10 Years
Social Media
5 Years


13 Years
10 Years
Business (general)
13 Years


Magazine - Local/Regional magazines
13 Years
Marketing (firm) - Small to mid-sized corp. cl
13 Years
Film/entertainment - all
8 Years

Total Media Industry Experience

14 Years

Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

Caribbean POSH Magazine (3-5), DV8 Magazine (1-2), White Hot Magazine (1-2), Black, Rubinstein Public Relations, Urban Metro Magazine (1-2)

Corporate Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

The Kenkou Group (10+), Vecurity (3-5), Whitman College (1-2), Katherine T. Carter & Associates (3-5), RezBiz, LLC (1-2), Manchild Black Productions (1-2), Get Interviews (1-2), Power Metrics

Other Work History

Social Media creation and profile maintenance for sculptor Kathleen Elliot, visual artist Ken Kaminski and visual atist/sculptor Linda Vellajo.

Computer Skills

Microsoft Office, Google Analytics, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Photoshop, Adobe Acrobat, Hootsuite, WordPress, Asana, Canva, Wrike, Adobe Premiere, Final Draft




References can be furnished upon request.


2019 Lovesick Film Festival Winner for Best Unproduced Screenplay 2018 Diversity Fellowship, Alliance of Los Angeles Playwrights 2006 for "Sepia Sapphire"



A profile on Whitman professor and researcher Arielle Cooley.
A profile of YWCA victim's advocate Jessica Matthews.
A blog entry ghostwritten for CEO Shenekia Loud's blog.
Top 10 reasons for drinking more water.
A profile of journalist Nathan Jeffay.
An article about a new summer internship initiative at Whitman College.
The difference between the Plan B and abortion pills.
A feature on a Manhattan Salon and its owner.
Installation manual
The first installment of a an 11 chapter series featured on
Top 4 things a parent with a child with juvenile diabetes should know.
A presentation for an initiative for professional athletes and partnered by The Kenkou Group and U.S. Trust.