Yvelette Stines, MEd, MS, is an author, communications specialist, and educator. Her work has been featured in publications such as Essence, Uptown, Heart & Soul, Hispanic Executive Quarterly, Ebony, Green Build Design, and Mind Body Green. From 2007–2017, she started and ran Calming Corners, a blog that encourages readers to live a calm and healthy life. After a pause, she decided to relaunch it in 2020.
Stines teaches adults and children. Her books and journals for children and adults are based on health, wellness, and writing.
As a communications specialist focusing on public relations, she worked on campaigns in many sectors including but not limited to non-profits, entertainment, and corporate. Her clients have been featured in INC Magazine, Business News Daily, NPR, Fox2, WDIV 4, Essence, and more.
Stines enjoys working with youth, writing, and doing her part to leave the world a better place.
Yvelette Stines holds a BA in Communications, an MEd in Education, and an MS in Holistic Nutrition.
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