July 17th 2023.
Brianna Harmon, the founder of The Millennial Mommies Club, is a broadcast journalism graduate who ventured into the world of media right after university. Six months into her job as a reporter for REVOLT, she was unexpectedly thrust into motherhood, which briefly threw her career into disarray.
However, with the help of two friends who were pregnant at the same time, she was able to manage her surprise pregnancy. This sisterhood inspired Harmon to build a support system for mothers like her so that they can achieve their dreams and handle the trials of motherhood.
The Millennial Mommies Club, which she hosts on YouTube and social media, is devoted to building a safe space for Black women to celebrate the joys of motherhood. It has now expanded to Georgia, Nevada, and Florida, and is quickly becoming a popular platform for mothers.
Harmon also wrote a book, titled I’m a Big Sister Mommy Told Me, to help only children cope with becoming an older sibling. It was met with great success, and there is already talk of a sequel.
Harmon wants to let other mothers know that it’s okay to have help and to not be perfect. Through her podcast, monthly events, and book, she is reshaping what motherhood looks like and inspiring mothers to have a support system for themselves.
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