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Tiffany Campbell - Founder / Editor-in-Chief / Creative Director
Tiffany is an actress and classically trained ballerina whose career includes roles in theatre, film, as well as television series. The Midwestern native has a passion to inspire others through her own story. Her mission is to use her platform to impact those around her through faith, hope and love. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies with concentrations in management, finance, and communication. Tiffany designed, EnRose Magazine, as an outlet to inspire, encourage and strengthen women to dream big and radiate beauty. She believes that what defines our attractiveness is way above outer appearances; magnetic and irresistible charm take it’s beginning inside the heart. True beauty is reflected within the soul.
She established, Rosie Toes Outreach, with the vision to help children grow as confident, and caring human beings by working to reduce the negative impact of stressful or traumatic life events and situations that affect the development, health and well-being of infants, children, youth and families.
Krystle Campbell - Co Founder / Editorial Director
Krystle is a self proclaimed “fashionable” biologist. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology and works with the UW Stimulation Program. Krystle found her love for fashion in her grandmother’s closet. She quickly established a keen sense of fashion since her early years of dressing up. She enjoys sharing style tips with all those around her. Her love of lace, pearls, and all things frilly can be spotted in all she adorns. Pulling from her biology degree, Krystle has a meaningful understanding of the intersection between food, biochemistry and physiology. She is passionate about sharing with others the importance of enjoying delicious food while feeling great in their favorite clothes. Her passion for styling and fitness shines through her bubbly, warm-hearted personality. Krystle dreams of a world where fashion, education, and sophistication blend seamlessly to amplify inner feminine beauty.
Jasmine Graham - PR / Editorial Intern
Jasmine is a Public Relations and Editorial intern at EnRose Magazine. She considers herself to be an extroverted introvert. Though she hasn't laid roots in any particular place, Savannah, Georgia, is somewhere that she'll always return to. She loves the color yellow and has an adorable but feisty baby turtle named Sheldon. She recently graduated from Kennesaw State University with a Bachelor of Science in Communication with a Public Relations Concentration and a minor in Sociology. Her next goal is to attend SCAD Atlanta to pursue a Masters of Fine Arts in Fashion and Luxury Management to follow her dream of working in Fashion, Bridal or Lifestyle PR.
Rebekah Joan - Editorial Intern
Rebekah is an Editorial intern at EnRose Magazine. She is a recent H.S. graduate who is pursuing a career in photography and freelance writing. She has dreams of becoming a published author and strives to live her life completely for God. Rebekah resides on the Eastern Coast, but loves experiencing new places and cultures. She is passionate about using her gift in the arts to encourage others and point them to the ultimate creator. She believes that, "even when your hands are shaking and the tears are falling, there's always beauty waiting for you—even if it's in the future". You can read about her adventures and thoughts at Found and Cherished. She recently wrote a book, Etched on My Heart, and is available on most bookstore sites.
Danielle Murrietta - Contributing Editor, Interior Design
Danielle is an interior design contributor for EnRose Magazine. She has been in the interior design field for over 18 years and is the founder of the boutique design firm, DMM Studios. She has been designing homes for a variety of clients with residences all over the world. From California to Florida to Beijing, China. Styling, arranging and creating has been her passion not only in interiors but in fashion. She balances timeless pieces with modern sensibility whether it be pieces for the home or clothing. Her philosophy is “Fashion and Interiors should be aspirational but attainable”. Her passions include, mixing the old with the new, layers, texture, color, and trends. She resides in sunny Southern California with her husband, 10 year old daughter, and lovable white lab.
Mia Syn - Contributing Editor, Food & Nutrition
Mia is a food and nutrition contributor for EnRose Magazine. She is a nationally sought out nutrition expert who specializes in sustainable and enjoyable whole food eating. She attended graduate school at Columbia University in New York, where she earned her master's in Nutritional Science. Mia is the founder of, Nutrition By Mia, a vibrant site full of the latest evidence-based nutrition information, delicious whole food recipes, and effortless entertaining ideas for every occasion. She is a San Francisco native, former New York City dweller and current southerner living in the glorious city of Charleston. Mia believes in the, "all foods fit" philosophy and encourages women to, "be gentle with themselves, make good choices because of how they make them feel- physically and emotionally".
Krissy Nelson - Contributing Editor, Faith
Krissy is a faith contributor for EnRose Magazine. She is a mother of two small children, Jenessa and Justice, and a wife of one amazing man of God, Donovan. Krissy is a talented writer, speaker, and founder of Not Alone Ministries. She is also a freelance writer and editor. She speaks at churches, retreats, and recovery centers throughout the country. She volunteers regularly at Pensacola Teen Challenge Women’s Center where she does monthly chapel services, teaches classes and loves the women into their destinies. Krissy’s family is her world and she couldn’t be more grateful than to be able to do ministry with them throughout the daily routine, “hugging strangers, feeding the hungry, and offering unconditional love to the one before us; accidentally and intentionally ministering the message of ‘Not Alone’ throughout our everyday life”. Jeremiah 29:11.