What are you looking for?

My Work

Faith Riggs is a recent graduate of Kent State University where she studied journalism, fashion media, and marketing. She’s a go-getter and self-proclaimed girl boss, who has always gone after her passions. 

After obtaining her Bachelors in May 2019, she worked her way to becoming the social media coordinator at The Lip Bar, a freelance social media strategist, blogger, and writer. 

As a writer, she has garnered 4+ years of experience through internships, passion projects, student media, and coursework. Through these opportunities, she has sharpened her ability to write and create content for various audiences across multiple platforms.

Whether it is for a brand, digital platform, or a print publication, Faith learns and understands how to engage her audiences. 

Want to learn more about Faith's experiences? Check out her LinkedIn

Faith's Skills: Reporting, writing, research, editing, AP Style, blogging, digital media, social media, copywriting, content creation, marketing, zeitgeist, fashion forecasting.

Check out her published works below!


We Followed Up With Six Powerhouse Women Who Started From The Bottom
Why I Decided to Intern (again) After College
How This PR Boss went from Corporate to Owning her Own Agency
Five Innovative Black Women in Tech to Watch Out For 
Dr. Camille Verovic Talks Creating Her Own Space In The Natural Hair Community
How to style the micro bag IRL
12 Gifts your best friend needs this Galentine's Day

A Magazine (Kent State University's only fashion publication.)

How to be a total boss babe this semester

Ditch the myths 
Insta-ration: Instagram blogging basics
The college girl's guide to makeup
Valentine's day lookbook: How to slay the single life 

Detroit Metrotimes Magazine

How to master self-care on a college budget

Big Sean teamed up with Coldplay for a new song and we're into it

Aretha Franklin to give final Detroit performance this weekend

Uhuru Magazine
Malia Obama: A girl who can do both

Her Campus 

Why we'll always turn to these 5 black celebs for iconic style inspo

The Kent Stater

Women's March 2018: One year later

Fresh Faces: Two Kent State students take on the tech world

 Empty seats plague KSU women's athletics 

Women's collaborative discusses percentage gaps, ally-ship, and more at faculty summit

The evolution of African-American Poetry

Women's Center looks ahead despite future relocation

Twelve students open up about overcoming adversity

Brand copywriting: Renee Greenstein QVC
Vacation Essentials


Kent State's A Magazine interviews former Editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan 

A Magazine:

Uhuru Magazine:

Add your comment

@faaithzebra on the gram