SAY MAGAZINE is pleased to announce that a collaborative arrangement has been entered into between IKSOKAPI MAGAZINE and SAY.
Iksokapi Magazine is an online publication created for Indigenous women, owned and edited by Lynn Calf Robe. Lynn’s experience includes working as a Freelance Writer for 13 years and as Managing Editor of New Tribe Magazine. And she has been an entrepreneur for some time.
The following is an excerpt of an example of the profiles featured in Iksokapi, and the full article can be found at: iksokapimagazine.com
Posted June 30, 2015, IKSOKAPI PROFILE: Jackie Pierson
“FIRST AND FOREMOST START MOVING RIGHT NOW! THEN REALIZE THAT YOU ARE WORTH THE TIME AND EFFORT.” J. Pierson
Jackie Pierson, 36, from Winnipeg, Manitoba (Canada) rose to fame when she competed against nineteen other former athletes, including National Football League (NFL) players and Olympic gold medalists for $250,000.00 and a once in a lifetime opportunity to change their lives on the 16th season of NBC’s hit television show “The Biggest Loser: Glory Days.”
She was eliminated from the competition in Week 10 after losing the weigh-in against fellow contestant Damien Woody, 36, a two-time Super Bowl Champion from Mendham, New Jersey however her 66 pound weight loss and transformation gave her the much needed kick start to regain control of her life and inspire others to do the same including her two young daughters who have been a big part of the motivation to maintain a healthy lifestyle. She has since overcome Type 2 diabetes and lost another 10 pounds since leaving the show. She currently resides in the San Francisco Bay Area.
A link to SAY Magazine’s issues will be posted at Iksopaki.