Jessica Ann Mitchell Aiwuyor (aka J.A.M.) is an author and cultural storyteller.
Her writings about African American cultural heritage and ethnicity have been published and cited across a wide range of publications including Huffington Post, the Business Insider, MSNBC, LA Progressive and TV One's "News One Now." Her blog, OurLegaci.com, has reached over 2 million readers worldwide.
She has helped to shift the cultural landscape through her work in civil rights and progressive movements at New Organizing Institute, Megaphone Strategies, and Fitzgibbon Media. J.A.M. combines her unique expertise and creative prowess to launch programs and institutions dedicated to social change and empowerment through storytelling.
With a Master of Science in Public Relations and a Master of Arts in Pan African Studies, she has the tenacious ability to reimagine, build and publicize initiatives needed within marginalized communities.
J.A.M. is also the creator of Black Bloggers Connect, the first social network dedicated to supporting Black bloggers around the world and founder the Blogger Week Un/Conference, a multi-cultural social media networking conference held yearly in Washington, DC. Additionally, J.A.M. is the founder of Our Legaci Press, an independent Black owned publishing company that shares stories from across the Pan African World.