I'm a mom, an educator and a lover of natural hair. On my platforms I share everything from my parenting journey, my road to homeschool and all things natural hair. I hope that by sharing my journey, I can teach and inspire other moms and women alike.

 

On a weekly basis you can get a glimpse of my life through my candid posts on social media, my YouTube videos and my informative blog posts.   

 

I find joy in sharing things that make my life easier as a woman and a mom. Because I've worked in the field of education for over a decade, teaching and sharing information comes natural to me. 

I currently run two online shops: Bonnets by Louise & Eason Academy. Both are labors of love that showcase my passions for both natural hair and teaching. 

I have published work in the Urban Ministries InTeen Magazine, the MEC Visions Academic Journal, Adafi Newspaper and Jet Magazine Online. In 2014 I started my blog and began posting on YouTube. Since then, both my channel and blog has received over 100,000 views and has a growing subscription base.

 

I hold a bachelor’s degree in English and a master's degree in Urban Education. Outside of being a content creator, I work a full-time job in the field of education. I am also the wife of a supportive husband and the mother of four children who are the driving force behind all I do in life.  

 

Thanks for your support!

 

Contact me HERE

easonlouise@gmail.com

 

Brooklyn, NY 

PRESS & NOTED WORK

2017 Sheabassabor - Brand Ambassador for Children's Products from Shea Moisture (Sample Post HERE)

"I Am Not A Single Story." Talk Back. Jet Magazine. Online. February 2015.

 

"Achievement First Parents are Among Network’s New Teachers." Chalk Beat New York. Anika Anand. Sept. 24, 2013. 

 

"Gangs as a Community." InTeen - Urban Ministries, Inc. (August 2011): 2-3.

 

“Cultural and Sexual Identities: Dark Woman and the Tragic Mulatto.” Visions: An Academic Journal of The English Department of Medgar Evers College 1.1 (April 2009): 38-43.

 

"No. Wait, Let Her Speak." Adafi: The Voice of Medgar Evers College 24.7 (May 2008): 7.