Kathy Iandoli is a critically acclaimed journalist and author. She has written for Vibe, The Source, XXL, Village Voice, Rolling Stone, Billboard, Pitchfork, Playboy, Cosmopolitan, Maxim, The Guardian, Vice, and many other publications. She has held editorial positions at top hip-hop/urban websites, including AllHipHop.com, HipHopDX.Com, and BET.com. Iandoli is an alumna-in-residence of Music Business at New York University and has appeared across the media, in television and on radio and panels discussing hip-hop and gender. She lives in northern New Jersey. Her book, God Save the Queens: The Essential History of Women in Hip-Hop, was published on September 17, 2019.
Yellowbrick believes that a student’s personal passion and hustle – rather than financial resources – should determine how far they can go. Our aim is to expose students who are passionate about areas like fashion, music, sports, beauty, or sneakers to pursue rewarding career opportunities that can spark their interest and open doors to a fulfilling future.
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The Annie’s Daughters scholarship was created to empower up-and-comers to pursue a career in music.
To apply: Fill out the scholarship form and check the Annie’s Daughters option from the drop down. For your essay, please explain the impact of a woman who influenced your life, who she is/was, and what that means to you.