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Seeking volunteer youth guidance and education writer

the Pharm Psych network
Kansas City, Missouri, United States
April 15, 2019


Our online publication and community portal for pharmacists, medical professionals and students, is launching a sister website in its online network titled Black Speaks, which is a consumer niche portal providing news, work/life advice, resources and a forum for discussing issues facing African-American professionals, medical or nonmedical.

Features on Black Speaks will include national and international news, content from partners and sister sites, beauty tips and trends, fashion, social issues, health and fitness, lifestyles, sports and videos.

Currently, seeks teachers, youth guidance counselors for troubled youth, education experts and youth-oriented social workers who can serve as advice columnists or freelance writers on guidance and instruction for troubled youth, spotlighting memorable teachers and the importance of African-American teachers in the lives of children and youth. The ideal columnist or writer would be a teacher, youth guidance counselor, education expert or social worker who needs exposure.

If you are interested in serving in this capacity, please e-mail Vladimire Herard, chief communications officer, at or contact F. Zaria Chinelo, PharmD, CEO and president at or 800-595-1106 ext. 2.

For individuals who serve Pharm Psych, our portal and other sites in our network, we offer profiles for individuals. In addition to profiles for individuals, PharmPsych will also have accounts for corporations and small businesses. Please visit our website at Pharm Psych.

Another plus to guest posting in the PharmPsych network for minorities is that their businesses can be listed in the Pharm Psych network directories. Black Speaks now has its own directory.