Luvvie@aweluv.com

Writer. Speaker. Activist.

Professional Troublemaker

ABOUT LUVVIE

“Needless to say, Ajayi’s star is on the rise — from a New York Times profile to high-visibility speaking engagements where she challenges the way we think and act, particularly around race. She is beloved for her ability to challenge and make people laugh and think, and her unique tone and humor writing (which has since been copied extensively).”

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ABOUT LUVVIE’S WORK

Writer

Luvvie is an award-winning writer and 13-year blogging veteran known for her razor-sharp wit, and her take on all things pop culture, race, media, and technology.

Her debut book I’M JUDGING YOU: The Do Better Manual is a series of humorous essays that dissects our cultural obsessions and calls out bad behavior in our increasingly digital, connected lives.

It passes on lessons and side-eyes on life, social media, culture and fame, addressing those terrible friends we all have to serious discussions of race and media representation to what to do about your fool cousin sharing casket pictures from Grandma’s wake on Facebook.

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ABOUT LUVVIE’S WORK

Speaker

Luvvie is a noted speaker on topics related to blogging, branding, communications, activism and comedy. She has presented at conferences and events around the world.

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ABOUT LUVVIE’S WORK

Professional Troublemaker

Rants and Randomness is a podcast that covers all things pop culture and relevant to our lives, through the lens of our resident Side-Eye Sorceress, Luvvie Ajayi. On it, she talks about her most pressing rants, raves and faves from this topsy-turvy world. Plus, she is joined by special guests you know and love (and guests you need to know).

The podcast launched in February 2018, and has already garnered over 110,000 downloads in 4 episodes. It was chosen as “New & Noteworthy” and featured in their “BOLD WOMEN” roundup by Apple Podcasts. It was chosen as a “featured podcast” by Spotify. And, NPR’s Michel Martin chose it as a “Must Listen.”

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“Poised at the intersection of comedy and technology, and wielding the superpower of humor, Luvvie raises consciousness about the real lives of women and girls.”

— Robin Morgan (award-winning poet, author & activist)

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