kb in bloom

Kabrena Williams

Founder, Editor in Chief

Hey, there bloomer! I’m the founder of Kb in Bloom. A go-to resource for BIPOC women who believe their self-care is non-negotiable. I’m most likely riding my bike on a beautiful scenic trail, baking sweet treats for my husband, watering my plants (that are all named after black iconic figures), listening to my favorite indie artist, or writing a self-care resource to help this very community on here. Come follow me on Instagram for more self-care gems.

K.R. Jay

Contributing Writer

I’m a freelance UX researcher and content designer. Residing in Charlotte, NC with my daughter, I consciously use the experience as a woman of color and mother to further connect to a greater community and the world.  I have a BA in creative writing and English from Spelman College (ATL) and an MA in clinical psychology from Columbia University (NYC) with a passion for spirituality, self-care, and overall personal growth. 


Contributing Writer

As a freelance writer, I embrace my passion for communication and connection through the written word. I am a Midwest native who holds a Bachelor of Communication degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia (Mizzou) and a Master in Education degree from Chicago State University. As a wife, mother, and career educator, I recognize the importance of connection & relationship while acknowledging the need to balance solitude, spiritual growth, & self-care.


Contributing Writer

Hi folks! I’m Kelsey, a freelance writer out of Columbus, OH. I’ve dedicated much of my life to cultivating digital safe spaces for BIPOC women and am honored to do so with the KB family. You’ll likely find me caring for my many houseplants or reading a book. As an advocate for slow living, I find immense joy in the little things that make life spectacular.