Being a creative is more than a buzz word. It means sharing the way you experience the world with others, and that expression comes in a variety of forms. Here, we salute five Black women whose creative expression inspires us all in iOne Digital’s Creative Class.

The Creative Class Honoree: Ashley Cobb

Ashley Cobb is creating her own lane. She isn’t a blogger, she isn’t solely a sex educator. She is more of an middle person between a brands and consumers, her topic area just happens to be the realm of sex. A sex influencer, brands want to work with Ashley because she has the trust of people interested in sex.iOne Digital announces The Creative Class, a selection of innovators who've made great strides in 2020.

MadameNoire: iOne Digital’s Creative Class 2020

Being a creative is more than a buzz word. It means sharing the way you experience the world with others, and that expression comes in a variety of forms. Here, we salute five Black women whose creative expression inspires us …

The Creative Class Honoree: Dominique

Impassioned is the word to describe Dominique. She is passionate about Blackwomen. She is passionate about her disability. She’s passionate about allowing intersections to exist within Blackness. “Black disabled lives.

The Creative Class Honoree: Danielle Young

If betting on yourself was a person, it would be Danielle Young. With major media brands counted as former employers, the Content Queen really had no choice. Video Producer, host, social media producer, Danielle wears all hats, a skill and mindset that has allowed her to move so freely within different parts of the industry, and the internet.