Michaela angela Davis
Michaela angela Davis is a writer, producer, and image activist. Her work is focused on gender, race, fashion, culture, beauty, and identity. Most recently, Davis collaborated with Mariah Carey on the Instant #1 New York Times bestseller The Meaning of Mariah Carey, a memoir of her identity. Davis is the creator of the Hair Tales, a multi-platform, multi-discipline project exploring the identity and humanity of Black women through the culture of hair. She’s spoken globally and has been a respected cultural commentator on CNN, MSNBC, BBC, and several other networks. Davis has been the creative lead for select global beauty campaigns and the award-winning redesign for Viacom’s Centric TV “The First Network Designed for Black Women.” She has been an Editor-in-Chief, a Fashion, Beauty, and Culture Editor at several national publications and was a noted fashion stylist working with Beyonce, Diana Ross, Prince, Maya Angelou, and many others. She currently has several projects in production including the Hair Tales docu-series serving as creator, EP, and co-host with Tracee Ellis Ros coming to ONYX Collective/Hulu/OWN networks; Oprah Winfrey is also serving as Executive producer premiering fall ’22. Davis is a member of the Gucci Change Makers Council.