Wednesday, May 25, 2022




Thank you for being a part of a power issue dedicated to survivors of cancer and domestic violence.

MISS NO: Can you tell our readers a little about yourself?

KB: My name is Kennedy B. I am a college student, model and entrepreneur. I love fashion, music, fishing and being an activist for change to better the world.

MISS NO: Define being a survivor in your own words.

KB: Being a survivor is never giving up.

MISS NO: Do you have any survivors in your family? If so, how did you help them overcome?

KB: My Aunt Bernice Mullins is a survivor. Our family believes in the power of prayer and support. No one in our family fights alone.

MISS NO: What can we do more as an industry to advocate more for our cancer and for domestic violence survivors?

MISS NO: Can you share your experience with the late Ms. Jacqueline Chase- Hudson what she meant to you?

KB: Ms. Jackie was a mentor to me and I will always love her for being that one person I could always depend on in the industry. She believed in me and always showed her support. In 2019 she selected me to be an ambassador for Pearlina Designs and the face for International Style in Paradise in Nassau, Bahamas.

MISS NO: What would you like her family to know?

KB: I would first like to thank her family for sharing such an amazing person with us. I will never forget and will always love Ms. Jackie.

MISS NO: Why was it so important for you to be apart of this particular issue?

KB: It was important to me to be apart of this issue because Ms. Jackie made such an impact in my life.

MISS NO: What advice would give a young girl struggling with her self-esteem and embracing her kurves?

KB: Know that you were made perfect by God. You don’t have to fit anyone’s standards but your own.

MISS NO: What do you want your legacy to be?

KB: I want my legacy to be that I made a difference in the lives of others. I want to be remembered as someone who cared and loved helping people.