Janae Price is a freelance writer with a focus on wellness and culture. She has a degree in journalism from Hofstra University and lives in Brooklyn, New York.
Janae is a writer and multi-platform host who enjoys learning, growing, and always enjoys adding a new skill to her repertoire. She has spent the past three years as an Editorial Assistant for VICE Media Group, where she edited articles from websites all over the world and managed the website’s homepage. Before VICE Media, she had the pleasure of interning for BET.com, working on Hofstra Univerity’s newspaper, and hosting her hometown’s local teen radio show. As a Syracuse native, she prefers the faster pace of downstate and has had the pleasure of living in Brooklyn for three years.
Janae has a Degree in Journalism with a minor in Rhetoric from the Lawrence Herbert School of Communication at Hofstra University.
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