Jeneé Darden is an award-winning journalist and public speaker from Oakland, Calif. She has reported for such outlets as NPR, Time magazine, Ebony and The LA Times. In 2005, she contributed reporting on the London 7/7 transit bombings for Time magazine’s Europe edition. She covers issues related to women, race, sexuality and wellness on her website CocoaFly.com.
Jeneé is passionate about African-American erotica and women's sexual empowerment. Her series “Under the Covers: The Popularity and Debate Over Black Erotic Literature” is featured on CocoaFly.com.
The daughter of former O.J. Simpson prosecutor Christopher Darden, Jeneé holds a BA in ethnic studies from UC San Diego and a master’s degree in journalism from the University of Southern California.