Hailing from the melting pot of New York City, Nyiesha is a third generation Caribbean-American with familial roots in Barbados. As a young girl, Nyiesha learned the art of storytelling from professional journalists and reporters at Thompson Reuters, CBS & NBC. As a journalist, Nyiesha has published articles for Amsterdam News, Our Times Press and online publications such as Enstarz.com and Parle Magazine.
Academically, Nyiesha holds a Bachelors degree in Strategic, Legal Management Communication from Howard University, a reputable historically black college. Her expertise in strategic communications, marketing and public relations has helped traditional businesses such as clinics and professional organizations pivot their marketing plans to service the new digital world and build a profitable ecommerce presence.
During the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Nyiesha migrated to Atlanta seeking a change from the male dominated corporate world of New York City. Luckily, the opportunity for an all-woman CrImmigration firm came along, allowing her to fuse her writing experience with her i- depth knowledge of digital marketing to tell the inspiring stories of the many victories won at STERN Law.
As a published author, Nyiesha spends most of her spare time reading, writing and researching. When she’s not lost in a book, she enjoys dancing, cooking, traveling and a relaxing spa day.
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