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Dr. Goddess Arts, Education and Management

Affectionately known as  Dr. Goddess,” Kimberly C. Ellis, Ph.D., is a true, Renaissance Woman. She is a writer, an entertainer, an entrepreneur, a scholar (American and Africana Studies), and an activist. Dr. Goddess is a writer for and her own “Revelations” blog, a former columnist for the Pittsburgh City Paper and is published in the Special Inaugural Edition of Ebony Magazine about the "Real Love" of President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama.

Named one of the “Most Influential Black Women on Twitter” by “For Harriet” Digital Magazine and profiled as one of the “Exquisite Women” by The Black Man Can, Dr. Goddess is known for her “Twectures” (Lectures on Twitter) on American and Black History, Popular Culture and Activism. She has also created some of the most memorable trending topics to date, including #FoodiesUnite, #GradChat,  #BlkNat, #BlkTheater and the humorous, cult-favorite, #BaracksFlagPin (now a bonafide Twitter address @BaracksFlagpin providing hilariously irreverent translations of President Obama’s speeches).

Dr. Goddess is the Creative Organizer and Media Director for the “Are You for Fannie Lou?” Campaign on behalf of the Fannie Lou Hamer Statue Fund and Consultant for the Veterans of the Mississippi Civil Rights Movement. In addition, she organized and moderated the “Tweeting the Revolution: How Hip Hop Transformed 140 into 360″ panel for Netroots Nation 2010 in Las Vegas as well as discussed taking online activism offline at the Blogalicious Women Bloggers Conference 2010 in Miami. She was also the Lead Organizer for "RootsCamp Pennsylvania". Dr. Goddess continues as a formidable speaker at BlogHer, Blogging While Brown, Netroots Nation, SXSW, Personal Democracy Forum and more and is writing a book entitled, "The Bombastic Brilliance of Black Twitter" and working on a documentary film entitled, "You're Beautiful to Me," about the journey with her Mother's dementia.

Keep up with Dr. Goddess via her Website, Mailing List, on Twitter and Facebook

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