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About the Author

Author Info

Aziza Kibibi

Author | Media Personality | Multimedia

Journalist | Public Speaker | Activist |

Mother and Survivor.


After living with physical, emotional, mental and sexual abuse for most of her life, Aziza is now a published

author, the Ceo of a nonprofit organization, an advocate for women’s rights, a multimedia

journalist and personality, and a Magna Cum Laude graduate holding two bachelors degrees in

media.

 

1 out of 4 women have been sexually abused as a child, but the

shame and guilt associated with being a victim makes even those

numbers inaccurate. This is the reason why Aziza has written her

book Unashamed: A life tainted… Vol 1 and 2. As an author, Aziza

educates and inspires, while raising awareness on issues that affect

our community. She is currently working on a novel, a self help

book and a screenplay exploring the historical impacts of slavery

on black relationships.


Since being interviewed by renowned journalist Katie Couric,

Aziza has been invited to speak and make appearances at churches,

schools, colleges, news shows , radio shows and conferences,

where she uses her testament to inspire and motivate her

audience. For 2 years, she was the dedicated interview

correspondent and segment producer for WPTV6 news show,

“News Now”, where she had the pleasure of interviewing

presidential historian Jon Meacham, and civil and human rights

activist Anita Hill.


As the founder and CEO of Precious Little Ladies Inc. (PLL), a

social progression organization that combats child molestation

and abuse, domestic violence, incestuous abuse and sexual

assault by strengthening the bond between mother and

daughter, Aziza has helped thousands locally, nationally and internationally through the

organization’s programs, events and awareness raising campaigns.

Through independent and collaborative efforts, Aziza is responsible for bringing services to the

community that assist victims and survivors of abuse, while also developing preventative

measures to reduce occurrences. In 2018, PLL in partnership with William Paterson University,

went to Vieques, Puerto Rico to assist in Hurricane Maria recovery efforts. There, Aziza shared

her experiences to raise awareness, and donated items from PLL’s “Girl We’ve Got You

Covered!” program.


Aziza’s achievements have been recognized and reported on by Soroptimist International, The

Association of University Women, Glamour Magazine, New

York Women In Communications Incorporated, NJ.com,

Investigation Discovery, The Attorney General’s Office of New

Jersey and various other organizations and media outlets, for

her efforts in the community and other accomplishments.

Eloquent and poised, Aziza does not

present herself as the victim that most

would come to expect. Her pleasant

demeanor and warm smile makes

those she speaks with comfortable

enough to embrace her and share their own tribulations.


Through her blogs, conferences, workshops, her talk show “Up Close and Personal” on

WZYE 95.9 FM, and her Q&A YouTube series, Aziza reflects on and offers

insight and advice on coping with adversity and addressing issues that

affect the community; while opening up to the public about her

experiences, issues pertaining to all things feminine, relationships, her

love for her Creator, world and life exploration, and raising her children

who are also her brother and sisters. Aziza’s vibrant outlook

on life is contagious and her experience on how to navigate

it is unparalleled.

Through her motto “If I can do it; you can do it too”, Aziza

Kibibi uses herself as a living example that we all possess

the strength to not only survive anything, but triumph over

everything.

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