A. Rochaun Meadows-Fernandez is a Black woman and public academic who processes the world through her award-winning writing.
Her mediums change, but her passion for health, especially reproductive matters, remains the same.
Before writing, she graduated with honors from Texas Woman’s University – and joined the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority family along the way. She graduates with her master’s in American Studies, which focuses on the experiences of Black mothering people in the Mountain West in May of 2022. A. Rochaun is currently the Staff writer for Kindred, the Black Parenting brand for Parents. In her time there she hopes to trouble one-dimensional narratives on Blackness, family, and mothering through stories on life in the Mountain West.