Bloggers play a critical role in building The Bronx. They share stories that shape existing narratives and are the drivers of positive change. Meet, mingle and party with them at the first ever blogger social in the Bronx. Your favorite content producers will be there.
Meet these Bloggers, Vloggers, and Influencers
@BloggerfromtheBronx, @bxtra_tatyanaturner, @Siria.Alvarez, @Bronxmama_com, @litbar, @dandyinthebronx, @bornjuice, @thebronxer, @latoyajwilcox, @arieventgroup, @supahbas, @sunkissorganics, @jessicajade.co, @mosaicmagazine, @shecommands, @consultwithtea, @taishaaslaysss, @bxtra_tatyanaturner, @Mahoganymocha, @Asatousohna, @thegreatuddin, @salmajahmed, and many more...
$3 specialty blogger punch by BORNjuice.
Deyla Sabio is an Afro-Latina from The Bronx. She started "Blogger from the Bronx"; to shed light on the positive and beautiful parts of her borough and to combat the negative stereotypes perpetuated by friends and colleagues. Within her blog, she writes about local business and shares inspirational lifestyle tips for a healthier way of living. Her mission is simply to build The Bronx for a better tomorrow.
Sabio currently works as an educational counselor for the Bronx Community College TRIO Talent Search Middle School program, which empowers first generation and low income students from the Bronx. In addition, she is the co-founder of Pass it Down NYC, a non profit company whose mission is to break the cycle of poverty by educating communities on financial literacy, and is a proud leader at Dunamis Deliverance Discipleship Ministries, under Pastor Marcel Langhorn. She holds a B.S. from State College of Old Westbury in Criminology and British Literature.
Henry Obispo completed his B.A. from Binghamton University and his graduate studies from New York University (NYU). As community organizer and activist in The South Bronx, he wanted to address the oppressive realities around health in his community. He is a founder and President of The United Business Cooperative, a South Bronx based restaurant cooperative.
Obispo's experience as a tea-master, hyrdoponic expert, and community work allowed him to see the real need for health initiatives and access in his beloved Bronx. Access was the forefront solution. Obispo started a revolution around Food and Tech by launching BORNjuice—a unique social-entrepreneurship venture focused on zero carbon footprint, sustainable, hyper-local food grown on hydroponic technology. Henry, through the UBC, created many of the well-known health initiatives in The Bronx, one being the famed “The Bronx Salad.”