About The Vyne

Behind The Vyne


The Vyne was created by Keesha Boyd and Kailei Richardson, best friends and business partners (Stone 109, LLC) who are passionate about uplifting and celebrating the successes of modern women of color. They are creating a variety of media products, including a weekly e-magazine (The Vyne Weekly) catered to the needs and interests of Black women.

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About Keesha Boyd

Keesha has a BA from Emory University and both an MA and MEd from Teachers College – Columbia University in Organizational Psychology and Counseling Psychology. In 2006, Keesha started Psychologically Speaking (http://psychologicallyspeaking.blogspot.com), an advice and op-editorial blog. In 2008, Keesha started PeopleDriven, Inc., a consulting company focused on professional and personal development.

Keesha has spent much of her professional career focused on understanding the vast dynamics of people in relationship to their work, personal life and others. In this capacity, she has had the opportunity to not only diagnose the impact of these dynamics but also design solutions to positively impact the people involved.

About Kailei Richardson

Kailei has a BA from Emory University and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern. In 2005, Kailei started Diva on a Dollar (www.divaonadollar.com), a blog targeting bargain shoppers.

Kailei has a background in digital media and marketing and has conducted extensive research on media consumption habits of Black women. On a personal note, Kailei loves shopping, traveling, entertaining and good food.

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6 responses to “About The Vyne

  1. jewell

    love the site Sis’s! I’m looking forward to what 2010 brings!

  2. Possible blog post – important eye health message
    Hi there,
    I work for the American Academy of ophthalmology and we work on different campaigns through our eyesmart site (www.geteyesmart.org) currently we are trying to reach out to blogs that reach our target audience in the African American community. In recognition of Black History month and diabetic eye disease, we created a PSA with congressman James E. Clyburn Urging African Americans with diabetes to get an Annual Diabetic Eye Exam in conjunction with the diabetes Association. I hope that you could put a link to this important message on your blog. Here is the link to the PSA: http://www.geteyesmart.org/eyesmart/resources/releases/2010_releases/20100129.cfm

    I appreciate your time and consideration.
    Sincerely,
    Christina

  3. Hey, just want to say hi. I’m new here.

  4. I am new to your blog. Just wanted to say, I really have enjoyed the posts I have read so far. Great work! Will spread the word…

  5. uniquesoul73

    found your blog today…so glad I did. looking forward to reading

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