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Journalist & Women Lover Power Founder, Ayesha Faines Has Passed Away

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It has been confirmed on social media that talented journalist, writer, speaker and founder of Women Love Power, LLC, Ayesha Faines has sadly and unexpectedly passed away.

Her cause of death or circumstances surrounding her sudden demise was not made known to the public.

Ayesha’s ‘Women Love Power’ femininity content and the brand were so refreshingly different, detailed, thorough, and enlightening.

She was such a classy, eloquent, inspiring, well-educated, beautiful, and sophisticated young woman.

Following her knowledgeable ideas in mythology, race, and gender politics, Ayesha has been featured in a number of media outlets including MTV, Essence, Entertainment Tonight, Insider, Hot 97, Afropunk, and The Michael Baisden Radio Show, and she’s lectured before international audiences and a number of universities.

Series of heart-felt tributes has posted on Facebook describing Ayesha as a kindhearted who will forever be remembered.

Reacting to her death, Shakira Sanchez, Ayesha’s friend at Yale University wrote – Rest in peace, my beautiful friend. She was the first friend I made at Yale when we met as high school seniors visiting the campus. I remember how exciting it was when she became a TV anchor in my hometown and then from there had continued to do amazing work in media and journalism. She had just commented on one of my posts 1 week ago with encouraging words which we always exchanged. Still feels surreal. I will miss her lovely, regal and brilliant presence.

Who Is Ayesha Faines?

 

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Ayesha K. Faines was a talented journalist, writer, speaker and a brave new voice for feminine power. In 2015 she founded the Women Love Power, LLC a digital learning company that produces educational programming designed to help women develop their authentic power.

She bagged her bachelor’s degree from Yale University in Near and Middle Eastern languages and civilization.

Ayesha was a former TV journalist and had worked on-air as a reporter for WJXT-TV 4 in Jacksonville, Florida and My9TV/FOX in the New York City media market.

Aside from her journalism and writing career, she was also a competitive salsa dancer.

She has been featured in a number of media outlets including MTV, Essence, Entertainment Tonight, Insider, Hot 97, Afropunk, and The Michael Baisden Radio Show.

Ayesha is known for her bold ideas about feminine power, archetypal mythology, gender politics and intersectionality with audiences all over the world as a writer, lecturer and media commentator.

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