Melissa Kimble Is Creating Community + Opportunity For Black Creatives In The Midst of Uncertainty

 Melissa Kimble is the founder of blkcreatives, a media and production company that advocates for Black genius across creative industries, producing thoughtful content and experiences that live at the intersection of culture, community and creativity. Thrust into full-time entrepreneurship after being fired from her job, Melissa shares how she maintains her focus and drive in the midst of uncertainty. Melissa has created the premier Twitter chat for Black millennials with hashtag blkcreatives (#blkcreatives). As the co-Founder of the newly launched KINDRD, a platform that supports professional wellness for Black creatives. 

As a Digital media strategist, Melissa has worked with small businesses, major brands, mission driven startups, entrepreneurs, and creatives to share their brand stories through social media campaigns and consultations, handling social media for live events, brand ambassador, influencer programs and more. Her vast career includes her work as the Senior Social Media Manager for EBONY Magazine, Dream Village, 2018 Sundance Film Festival, Golin Harris, Burrell Communications, McDonald’s, the NFL, ORS Olive Oil, American Family Insurance and OWN TV’s Black Love Doc. 

Connect with Melissa and blkcreatives at @blkcreatives @melissakimble

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