Hello! Aisha Adkins, here. I’m a storyteller, content creator, and caregiver on a quest to equip other minority millennial caregivers with the information, resources, and support they need to care for their loved ones. I want to do my part to speak up for the Baby Boomers who will be overwhelmingly afflicted with dementia in the next decade, and the Millennials who love them.

When I am not fighting for dementia and caregiving awareness, I am a freelance writer and the Business Operations Manager for lifestyle site The Black Expat. My writings have been featured on The Black Expat as well as Blavity, Lady Literary Magazine, and other publications.

Born as a preemie in the Western United States, I spent the early part of my life outside of Seattle, but I’ve been in the metro Atlanta area for nearly 20 years. I am the lovable, nerdy only child of two high school sweetheart parents and an extroverted introvert. I was raised with an appreciation for the arts as well as the outdoors, with acting lessons and trips to the mountains. My faith is my strength and my hope. Oh, also… I’m pretty sure Aisha Tyler and I were separated at birth, though time, space, and my birth certificate say otherwise.

If you’re interested in my freelance copywriting/copy editing, public speaking, or content creation services, or if you are interested in sponsoring the new millennial caregiving platform Our Turn 2 Care, head over to the contact page to send me an e-mail. I’d love to work with you!