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Danielle Belton
Works at The Black Snob
Attended Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Lives in St. Louis, MO
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It's funny, looking back at my resume, how many different places and jobs I've had since 1999.
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Danielle its a blessing and through hard work ofcorse.there are people who have qualifications but cant get even a single job hence thats why im saying you are blessed .keep on doing the best you can .leave no stone unturned.
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I like the look and feel of Google+ so far. Nice design. Nice organizational elements.
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Me too sis. It so clean...and simple.
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Work
Occupation
Blogger / Freelance Journalist / Writer
Employment
  • The Black Snob
    Editor / Writer / Creator, 2007 - present
  • New Security Action
    Online Campaigns Manager, 2009 - 2010
  • The Bakersfield Californian
    Staff Writer / Columnist, 2002 - 2007
  • The Midland-Reporter Telegram
    Staff Writer / Asst. Edtiro, 2000 - 2001
  • Creativworks
    Account Manager, 2000 - 2000
  • Fleishman-Hillard
    Internship, 1999 - 1999
  • v-Fluence Interactive Public Relations
    Account Executive / Freelancer, 2007 - 2009
  • PubDef.net
    Writer, 2007 - 2007
  • AroundHarlem.com
    Writer, 2008 - 2008
  • theLoop21.com
    Managing Editor / Freelance Writer, 2010 - 2011
  • Win Without War
    Online Campaigns Manager, 2009 - 2010
  • KDNL-St. Louis
    Internship, 1999 - 1999
  • The Alestle
    Editor-In-Chief, 1997 - 1999
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Currently
St. Louis, MO
Previously
Washington, D.C. - Bakersfield, CA - Midland, TX - Edwardsville, IL - Bronx, NY
Story
Tagline
The Woman behind The Snob. http://blacksnob.com
Introduction
I'm a freelance journalist, art school drop out, suburban semi-snob, jazz chanteuse and tragic hobohemian suffering from Mass Procrastination Disorder. My MPD is so crippling that I have written several novels and screenplays that remain unfinished.
Bragging rights
Internationally known to blog about the things you're too afraid to say out loud.
Education
  • Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
    Bachelor of Arts / Mass Communication, 1996 - 1999
  • Hazelwood Central High School
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Female
Halycon is my favorite salon in D.C. It is the one I go to for everything! Consults, blow outs, color, eyebrows, conditioning treatments ... you name it, I've had it done here with either my main stylist Gwen Fields or other stylists Joelle and Ashley. I highly recommend all three. Gwen is excellent for color and is SUPER knowledgeable about all types of hair, hair health and the salon is run under her philosophy (which is brilliant). Joelle and Ashley are master blow out artists and can really work a flat iron creating any style you desire. Gwen's philosophy is all about beauty and bliss, nurturing your hair while operating in a gorgeous, relaxing professional environment. Emphasis on PROFESSIONAL. While you snack on complimentary nuts, popcorn or trailmix, sipping the free bottled water and/or the red or white wine, you get an unparalleled experience where the stylists are ALWAYS happy to see you. ALWAYS on time. ALWAYS professional. And ALWAYS willing to go the extra mile. The salon isn't cheap, but for me who's had hair horror after hair horror, it's perfect. Gone are the late, unfriendly, grumpy stylists who just wanted to put a perm in my head and recoiled at shampooing my thick curly hair, often avoiding the back of my head entirely. Instead, I enjoy the fine work of the women of Halcyon and their prompt start times and dedication to clean, thorough, massaging shampoos can take my money. I'm always happy with the end result and both my sanity and my hair are better for it.
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