Some of us like thin crust, others like handtossed. The bulk of us are young-ish creatives with a passion for community. Degrees tossed in with street smarts. Ecologist, healers mixed in with HR people to cook-up this movement towards restoration, change, and peace in our Atlanta communtiy.
My name is Michaela Freeman, I was born & raised in Athens, Georgia. I am a senior at a Kennesaw State University, where I work with various departments & organizations to promote diversity & inclusion throughout campus & the community. HT for me, is a way to seed change & growth in people and their communities through faith & love.
My name is Briana Hodge
I was born in Fort Bragg North Carolina and raised in Atlanta Ga. I am an aspiring Author/Novelist and am currently writing my first novel. I am with Hallelujah Trends because it coincides with my belief system which is showing love, compassion, and mindfulness for your fellow beings.
Public Relations Coordinator
Hey! My name is Lauren Gay and I am the Public Relations Coordinator for Hallelujah Trends. I am from Snellville, Georgia. I want to be a part of Hallelujah Trends because it is committed to amplifying the voices of the voiceless.
Community Outreach Coordinator
Tremaine Genias (Pronounced like Genius don’t play with me) Born In Brooklyn, but raised in Queens, New York. I’m a Graduate Student in the Public Administration program at Valdosta State, I mentor, Cook, and novice photographer/videographer. (More to be added soon)
And why hallelujah trends: Because why not? It’s a brand that’s beyond a T-Shirt, that's to genuinely be influential in making the world a little bit better. I can definitely get jiggy with that!
I am Jessie Reuben-Lartey From Ghana, West Africa
I am a passionate Administrative Assistant. I am a part of Hallelujah Trends because I want to be a blessing to someone in any way I can. I believe Hallelujah Trends is a brand that is focused not only on highlighting the needs of the less privileged, but also finding ways to resolve them for the overall good of the community.
Jazzë A. Lewis
Prefers thick crust vegan pizza, yes it’s a thing!
South Side Atlanta Raised Shawty
Holistic Health & Veganism Activist
Founder & CEO of Black Women Read: a virtual book club for Black Women, by a Black Woman.
Hallelujah Trends is an amazing brand hands down and has been dope since 2015 & I’m here to make sure people know just how dope it is! How dope is it? Real DOPE!
Aisha, Decatur, I'm a high school Audio Video teacher and film director
I rock with HT because of its authentic nature and style.
The brand inspires me to keep believing in myself and loving who I am.