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Tamika Newhouse - Director


From teen mom to CEO by the age of twenty, Tamika Newhouse, the author of 16 novels, has landed on numerous best sellers’ lists and is the winner of 8 African American Literary Awards. Only nine months after debuting her first novel in 2009, she landed a major publishing contract without an agent and went on to become the CEO of Delphine Publications. To date, she has published nearly 200 titles, launched the careers of hundreds of writers, and produces the only entertainment award show for African American writers, called the AAMBC Literary Awards.

Keyani Louise Loftin

Volunteer/Literary House Host

Keyani Loftin is an award-winning Analyst, Human Rights Activist, and Social Justice Advocate from Memphis, Tennessee. With a particular interest in Voting Rights, Racial Injustice, and Women's rights, she understands the importance of advocating and taking action for the big and small problems impacting her culture & community. In addition to her role as a Business Analyst at IBM, she volunteers at AAMBC Inc.’s Lit Diaries book lounge and as a welcome desk attendant at the Fulton Co. Auburn Avenue Research Library on African American Studies & Culture. Keyani received her Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) in Information Systems from Georgia Southern University and currently resides in East Point, Georgia.
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Angel Hunter

Content Writer Intern

 Angel Hunter is a student at Clayton State University. She is an English major w/ a writing concentration and has written and edited for the South Atlanta Magazine, Make-Wish, GA, and her school journal, Cygnet. She is an alumnus of the School of the New York Times, immersed in a six-week intensive program on books, fashion, and politics. She enjoys horror films such as Chucky and the Wrong Turn franchise and profound books such as Animal Farm or In Love and Trouble by Alice Walker. She enjoys swimming at the beach in her hometown of Rhode Island and trying new food. She brings creativity and good vibes wherever she works. 
Kimberly Latrice Jones


Kimberly Latrice Jones is an American author and filmmaker, known for the New York Times bestselling and NAACP Image award-nominated young adult novel, I’m Not Dying With You Tonight, and for the viral video How Can We Win published during the George Floyd protest. That same year, a seven-minute video featuring Kim using a Monopoly analogy to explain the history of racism and its impact on Black Americans went viral, being shared by Trevor Noah, LeBron James, Madonna, and more. Kim’s literary roots run deep, with features in numerous publications, including Seventeen, Bustle, Publisher’s Weekly, Shelf Awareness. She served on the Selection Committee for the Library of Congress’ 2016-2017 National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature, the 2015 Children’s Choice Illustrator Committee for The Children’s Book Council, and the advisory board that created the Creative and Innovative Education Master’s Degree program at Georgia State University.

Sha'Quiel Smith

Graphic Designer

Sha'Quiel Smith is a Graphic Designer from Chicago, Illinois. Recently is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree in Visual Communication Design at Purdue Northwest University in Hammond, Indiana. She also has an Associate in Applied Science for Multimedia Arts. She specializes in Branding, Advertising, and Illustrations. In her spare time, she loves a good book or two and also is an avid horror movie watcher. When not busy with work and schooling, she is a wife and also a mother to a beautiful little girl. Sha'Quiel loves creating art that inspires awe in the mind and is continuing to craft her skills in hopes of one day starting her own business. 

Royel Moon

Art Ambassador

Born in New Orleans, Louisiana Royel grew a love for reading and researching historical topics. She recently graduated from Fort Valley State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice. While studying she took part in historical research projects with hopes to deliver another aspect of understanding to her community. As an enthusiastic personality with a passion for learning, she decided to join the Research and development team. Using her avid research skills and love for assisting others she hopes to grow with AAMBC.