Genevieve Angelique is a Haitian-American blogger, photographer, podcast host and creative entrepreneur whose media career began with the November 2016 launch of her lifestyle blog, Lagos Days Paris Nights (now GenevieveAngelique.com). A Cambridge, MA native with a passion for street art, fashion and bringing community together, her signature pieces were an engaging mix of fashion and lifestyle posts. Through blogging, Genevieve found herself stepping out as an unofficial socialite with the intention of connecting with other creatives and entrepreneurs. She created a niche with event blogging by providing services that included write-ups, photography and social media takeovers. However, she found herself discontent with the lack of black inclusivity in Boston’s social scene, so taking matters into her own hands, she birthed a weekly curated black Boston events listing. This weekly listing, known as Boston Come Through, would eventually flourish into a full media website and radio/podcast serving as a central platform to connect all of the multi-cultural and multi-talented communities that comprise Black Boston.
Through Boston Come Through, Genevieve executes her writing skills by creating engaging content for the audience, while producing the radio/podcast, and curating the weekly events listing and newsletter. Outside of Genevieve Angelique and Boston Come Through, Genevieve has held the role of Travel & Lifestyle Editor and contributing writer at Bel Monique Magazine (June 2017 – May 2018), freelanced for The Somerville Times, collaborated with BREAD Boston, while working as a Secret Boston Ambassador specializing in social media takeovers for well over thirty events. She’s also been written about on Kreyolicious.com platform (How Genevieve Angelique Gave Black Boston a Voice) and featured as the Somerville Media Center’s December 2017 Member of the Month. Most recently, Genevieve Angelique has joined the #She_Builds Global Initiative as the Boston Chapter Deputy where she works alongside the Chapter Ambassador to increase the visibility of Haitian women in the Greater Boston area, build connections and foster local engagement.
In her spare time, Genevieve Angelique can be found enjoying brunch, photographing the latest street art, upcycling something new for her wardrobe or sharing her thoughts on self-esteem, healthy boundaries and relationships via her signature #ButYouDontHearMeThough Facebook posts.