Place of Origin: Atlanta, GA

     Tierra Ola is a dedicated writer and journalist with a habit of preparation and collecting facts to deliver the truth. Whether she is blogging or reporting, Ola finds writing to be second nature and peaceful. Currently attending Georgia State University, she is majoring in Journalism and plans to obtain her Master’s degree by 2025. One of her biggest goals in Journalism is to write and create a documentary that will expose corruption and become a novelist at some point. 

What animal would you be, and why?  If I were an animal, I’d be a butterfly. Butterflies are majestic, rare and difficult to catch–just like me! They also tend to go wherever their wings lead them, and that is how I am with my heart.

Fav. Quote: “A wise girl knows her limits, a smart girl knows she has none!” –Marilyn Monroe

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Stories by this Journalist...

Why you should attend a silent disco

Silence Activations and their “silent headphones” definitely cater to any and all age groups. You can use them for your birthday party, wedding or small get-togethers.

Congress Delays Vote on MORE Act: Why this is a Major Blow to my Community

Thousands of Black and Latinx people are currently sitting in prison on marijuana trafficking and distribution charges. Meanwhile, predominantly white dispensary owners are enjoying the profit from selling the same exact thing. Congress must take a vote – it is a necessary step towards the racial equality that my community deserves.