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Acamea headshot wearing a mint green blazer and cream tank top

About Acamea

Writer. Speaker. Multi-passionate creative. Music connoisseur. Uplifter. 

Acamea is a Pushcart Prize nominated memoirist and essayist. She is the author of the memoir, Daddy's Little Stranger, and Single That, a book lauded by Publishers Weekly. Her work has appeared in Bellevue Literary Review, North American Review, and Beyond Words Literary Magazine, among other commercial and literary publications. Acamea’s media features include the New York Post, Cosmopolitan, Bustle, and the FOX television network.


Currently residing in Nevada, Acamea is an Indiana native. She holds a master’s degree from Valparaiso University and is a fellow in the MFA program at Randolph College. She is also a TEDx Speaker.

My latest projects

When I'm Not Writing 

Acamea running alongside small girl while volunteering at the Boys and Girls Club

I Enjoy Volunteering

The need in our communities is great, and I take pride in helping in any way that I can. My favorite opportunities are those that involve at-risk youth. I grew up right outside Chicago, in Gary, IN. As someone who's endured challenging circumstances, it feels like the honor of my life anytime I can serve as a positive example of what's possible for these kids.

Acamea sitting in a salon filming the television series African Twist

I Pursue Other Creative Endeavors

I love working in TV & Film and have appeared in commercials, as a spokesperson, and as a main character in a sitcom. I'm also a bit of a yogi and an avid reader. That's me in a nutshell. Passionate and purpose-driven. I believe anything you do in love, is done well.


Be encouraged,

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