Who am I? Well, Im an army brat, who was born in Oklahoma, but spent my early years in Louisiana, Virginia and mostly Germany before moving to Atlanta and calling it home. When my family finally moved here, my first language at the time was German, forcing me to take ESOL classes to improve my speech. That was the first time, I had something to prove.
I grew up in Henry County, so at heart I’m a country, outdoors kind of girl. As soon as I graduated high school, I moved to the city and instantly fell in love with the culture and all it had to offer, especially for minorities.
In 2009, I was invited to worked on the set of Tyler Perry’s Why Did I Get Married, as an extra (I had no idea what that even meant at the time, lol) but for the first time ever, something fueled my soul. From there, I went on to becoming the host of a show named Whats Up! Atlanta – Interviewing some of Atlantas hottest socialites, at events such as the Soul Train Awards, Andrew Young Foundation, and birthday parties for artists such as Jagged Edge.
In 2016 my husband Montana Humphries (my then boyfriend) and I opened up a unisex salon called Synergy Suites, which would later appear on BET’s hit show, Ink Paper Scissors. Doing business with each other was the best decision we could of made, because we are like ying and yang, bringing a balance to the brand thats is like no other. Synergy Suites is proudly the beginning point of many of Atlantas favorite cosmetologist, creating new entrepreneurs for the young and up and coming, all around Atlanta.
I met my husband at the end of 2012, and got married in 2017 5 years later, automatically blessing me with 3 beautiful step sons. Montana and I started a travel blog on YouTube called Where To Next, and traveled around the world to unfamiliar territories such as Brazil.
Today, I am a actress, partner in Synergy Suites Salons, and founder of a new blog called Jane Though, which is a resource for the every day woman who wants to live an intentional and mindful life. I aspire to get more involved with attacking the climate crisis head on, and spreading basic knowledge to my community. Besides, small actions multiplied by millions can change the world.