Jessica Ping-Wild is a model, content creator, and triple-threat. Ping-Wild was born with CHILD syndrome, a genetic condition that causes skin, limb, and, in some cases, organ deficiencies on one side of the body. Specifically, she was born with a shortened arm and a shortened leg that doctors further amputated when she was only a couple of months old. Due to her limited mobility, Ping-Wild sometimes uses mobility aids such as a wheelchair, thus inspiring her lifestyle blog called The Rolling Explorer.
Bradley King is a gender-nonconforming Cannabis coach, mental health advocate, and actor who experienced the despairs of life from a very young age. He rose above the many miseries that came across him and influenced him to become the hardworking activist and family man he is.
Arrested Movement is a portrait series and awareness initiative promoting body positivity and reshaping how the world views male bodies.
Antoine Allen, better known as rapper and entrepreneur TweezDaSwaggyGod, grew up in Baltimore, Maryland, where many people dream of “making it out.” Tweez recounts his humble beginnings in the city and explains with genuine gratitude how his passions — basketball and music — provided him a way out. In fact, the rapper first began his professional career as a collegiate basketball player at the University of Miami. He would go on to play around the world in a professional league, but he will never forget how his freshman year of college kickstarted his music career.
Matthew Wade describes himself as a positive person who likes to inspire people through music. While performing, he goes by the moniker My Silent Bravery. He’s written hundreds of songs, has 8 albums, and over 1,000 gigs. His musical journey began at the age of 18. Even though he was always fascinated by it, he couldn’t devote time to it because he actively played sports. It was only when a high school project came along that he got the chance to learn something he had always wanted.
PositiveVibes Magazine is excited to report on the “Spring Basket of Miracles” event. Southern Californians came together to support non-profit Miracles for Kids annual “Spring Basket of Miracles” in Irvine, CA on April 2nd, 2022.
Natalie Taste is a food and beverage social influencer. She is the founder of “YourInnerFatGirl.” Since the launch of “Yourinnerfatgirl,” she has made a name for herself with over thousands of followers and “Fat Girls.” Due to the success of “Your Inner Fat Girl,” Natalie has been featured on BuzzFeed and co-hosted local radio shows in the city. She has also been featured on many panel discussions regarding entrepreneurship and branding. Things aren’t slowing down for her. She is currently working on a few projects in NOLA and gearing for the creatives of the culture and food of NOLA.
Besides being the future USA National Miss Illinois Jr Teen of 2022, this talented preteen has made an impact at such a young age. Kerry Koranteng is 12 years old and in 7th grade. Her hobbies include reading a good book, doing ballet, making lip gloss to help children in need, and donating towards her shoe drive initiative. Overall helping other people, in general, is her passion.
Nicolas Noblitt is a 14-year-old differently abled advocate, actor and dancer who currently resides in Tyler, Texas. He has Cerebral Palsy, Epilepsy, Dystonia, hearing loss and wears glasses. Before landing the role as Mike Jr. in the upcoming movie “The Contractor,” he began acting after learning at a young age how much he loved dancing and performing in his wheelchair. Dancing and speaking in front of audiences as part of Infinite Flow, Los Angeles’ an inclusive professional dance company, he became comfortable talking about inclusion and about how his life is impacted by cerebral palsy and hearing loss.