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Nayomi is a writer, performer and educator based in Brooklyn, NY.
Her writing has appeared in Rolling Stone, Reductress, the Daily Dot, Femsplain, Mic, Someecards, and others.
She is the author of Swipe This, an advice column about how we relate in the digital era.
Before working as a writer, Nayomi was a New York City Teaching Fellow. She taught English and Creative Writing at public and charter schools in Brooklyn, Harlem, and the Lower East Side for eight years. During her time as a teacher, she helped to organize a teacher’s union, launched community events where her students could share their creative writing with the public, and wrote groundbreaking curriculum as a Common Core Fellow. Nayomi has carried her lifelong love of learning beyond the classroom, and in 2015, she created and hosted What Have You Learned?, a podcast about how we learn and grow.
Nayomi is also an alumnus of the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre where she studied and performed advanced improv. She co-created and performed in the flagship show The Female Gaze. She also hosted independent shows where underrepresented performers could hone their comedy skills such as The Middle Income Matchmaker, a character show, and Mouthy: an open mic for broads and others with big opinions.
Nayomi also co-created and starred in Boothylicious, a webseries about photobooths, props, and the women who love them.
She currently hosts Fran: An open mic for queens in Brooklyn!
For her thoughts on crying, cake, and baby animals, you can follow her on Twitter: @nayomir.