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Sade, tell us a little more about how you got into journalism!

Well, I've always been a creative.

Before pursuing a career in journalism, as a fashion and media studies major, as I was getting closer to completing my major in communication.

I interned for several media outlets, attended networking and speaking events.

At that point, I got the feel and had the opportunity to meet professionals in the field and decided I wanted to continue to pursue the industry of journalism.

Tell us some more about your involvement with Sheen Magazine/Sheen Talk!

I am a contributor writer for Sheen Magazine and host for Sheen Talk Live.

I've only been with Sheen for a year now and I've had the blessing of accomplishing more things than I could ever imagine.

I am grateful for the opportunity Sheen Magazine gave me to do what was only a dream.

I've also met a lot of amazing people along the way and learned so many inspiring stories.

I feel honored to be a part of sharing their journey and that what ultimately brings me fulfillment is knowing that someone out there may come across an interview I conducted, read an article I wrote or feature story I put together and get inspired.

That's really what it's all about for me; inspiring and motivating others.

What would you say to aspiring journalists who look up to your work?

Having patience, a pure heart, and good intentions are keys to success.

Well, at least for me it was haha!

But seriously, never put limits on yourself and never compare yourself to other people or let others define what's success is for you.

As long as you're accomplishing your goals or growing in some way thats truly all that matters.

Don't let doubt and fear of failure take over.

We are all unique and special in our way and the only way to fail is to never try, so give yourself a shot!

Do you have anything new or upcoming we can expect to see from you?


I am looking forward to more features, interviews, collaborations, and season 2 of Sheen Talk Live and whatever gods plan is!

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