Be the Change With Brittney Moses

Ronnie Robbins
Ronnie Robbins

Brittney Moses an American lifestyle influencer who has gained popularity thanks to Twitter, her popular blog and her Instagram account. With over 75,000 international followers. She studied in psychology at UCLA and research assisted at the Semel Institute for Neuroscience. Brittney aspires to encourage those who struggle silently in the shadows by bringing mental health issues to light. and making them accessible and recognizable. of the national conversation.

Her success can be largely attributed to her ingenuity, personality, and lifestyle that has attracted the attention of several brands around the world. She has been known for selflessly helping people and promoting mental health both in the community and online. Brittney was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. Her age is around 30 in 2021.

Her date of birth is August 16, 1991. Her ethnicity comes from an African-American descent, Creole and European, but ranks mainly as African-American. She currently has nearly 50,000 subscribers. She also supports various brands and collaborates with various influencers and media outlets. She loves making short videos in which she posts content related to mental health awareness and shares some tips and tricks for solving problems. She likes to take videos. He runs a podcast called the Faith and Mental Wellness Podcast. Her Instagram has more than 45,000 subscribers. She is a social media influencer. She has tried to put her passion into a successful career that she loves. She is an excellent entertainer and has hosted various major events and has also interviewed several celebrities.

Her first book “Worthy: 50 Mindful Moments to Bring Peace and Clarity to Your Day” comes out July 2022. Her comprehensive, evidence-based approach Her work on mental health has been featured in publications including Relevant, Yahoo News, Voyage LA, NY Weekly, Chicago Magazine, and the Huffington Post. While pursuing a degree in psychology at UCLA and participating in research at the Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Behaviour in the CAPPS Laboratory, Brittney wanted to encourage shadow fighters by bringing up issues Mental health comes to light. and make them accessible and recognizable. of the national conversation.

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