Kimberly Guerra

WOC in Media
Kim Guerra is a queer women of color. A butterfly woman who has given herself wings. She is a writer, advocate, and entrepreneur. She is the creator of Brown Badass Bonita, a brand and movement that she considers to be a work of self-love and her love for her community. She wants each person to wear Brown Badass Bonita products as a statement and shield-- a living revolution. Brown Badass Bonita is for all humans who are giving themselves and their community wings through revolutionary love.
1:00 - 2:15 PM

March 21st Day 2

WOC in Media

With social media in all forms having the innate ability to reach millions of users across the globe, it is imperative that the term ‘influencer’ is more frequently applied to women of color. Diversity in the influencer industry conveys that women of color have a voice, that they represent beauty and intelligence and talent and power.


In which, a young Black girl scrolling through her phone can see a sponsored Instagram post of 4C hair products, where a South Asian teen can watch a TikToker gain popularity by displaying her cultural garb, dishes, and traditions, where any girl, regardless of if they conform to Eurocentric beauty standards, can feel represented and seen.