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INDIE REVIEW RADIO/ KAY KONNECT / INDIE PUBLISHING

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Karen Hudson, also recognized in entertainment industry circles as Kay Konnect is the Deputy Editor of MommyNoire.com, a parenting site dedicated to mature, multicultural women seeking organic dialogue about parenthood in the digital space. A unique place for critical and creative engagement, MommyNoire responds to the desire of this cosmopolitan community with tips and advice in every aspect of parenting, including marriage, relationships, sex, career mobility, education, finance, fitness, nutrition, community, and philanthropic work. Explorations of the jet-setting lifestyles of celebrity moms such as Beyonce, Nia Long, Monica, Tia Mowry- Hardrict, Kelis, Mel B, and Jada Pinkett fuel inspiration and aspiration. Coverage of front row fashion, eclectic beauty, makeup, exquisite food, modern home decor, entertainment, and travel help women realize the full aesthetic potential of their new lives as moms. Karen has worked in the fields of writing, media, marketing, advertising, fashion, the arts and education. She is the former Editor-in-Chief of Mixtape Magazine, a print publication dedicated to mixtape DJs and emerging Hip Hop artists, as well as former freelance writer for Allhiphop.com. In 2005, she graduated Cum Laude from Northeastern University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Liberal Studies, with a focus on the Art and Structure of Storytelling. She also holds a degree in Advertising Sales and will soon graduate with a master's degree in Media Studies.  She is the mother of a 2 year old, busy toddler. Due to a high risk pregnancy, her son, Kannon, was born at 30 weeks. She spent two months in the hospital on bed rest and he spent an additional 8 weeks in the NICU. That experience shifted her priorities to pursuing a career that sheds light on the parenting journey.

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