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Samantha Broxton About

Corporate Chic. Freelance Writer. Photographer.Speaker. Social Media Addict. Bookworm. Wanderer.

Hi! I’m Samantha, a Jill of many random trades (hence the nickname: Random Sam). Born to Caribbean immigrants, I grew up in South Florida, where I spent many hours reading period or science fiction novels and watching films released decades prior to my conception. I graduated from the University of South Florida with a bachelor’s degree in Finance, where left my mark as an insanely active student leader and learned to be less of an introvert. I went on to secure a Master of Arts in Human Services Counseling with a specialization in Business from Liberty University.

Personally, I’m a hipster mom and chill wife (to my very own Mr. Darcy). When I’m not spending 50 hours a week in the office, I volunteer with Bankers Without Borders, speak publicly to anyone who will listen, and live tweet my favorite shows (mostly sci-fi and period dramas).

Passionately, I love photography and visual storytelling. I run a successful natural hair and living blog: Sisterlocked.com. I’m also known for making my own skincare products and traditional organic and natural dishes from scratch. I also run a candid blog about parenting, relationships, and work-life-balance called RaisingSelf.

Professionally, I’ve done everything from originating and managing multi-million dollar commercial loans to data analytics, and even leading a failed internet start-up. Currently, I’m a Project Manager for a global fortune 500 company in sunny Southern California.

I am currently available for photography and speaking engagements, contact me for further details.

Current Activities

Black Girls Code

TEDxCrenshaw Planning Committee

Photography

StartingBloc Fellow

Banker’s Without Borders Reserve Corps

RaisingSelf.com

Sisterlocked.com

Upcoming Speaking Engagements

The New Frontier: Black Women and Tech Activism (Panelist) – The African American Policy Forum (March 2017)

LA Acceptance Tour Panel (Panelist) – Design Dance (May 2017)

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