Ms. Candy Blog is “where candy is always in vogue”!
Klout’s #1 female livestreaming and streaming video geek, she is the first candy livestreamer, an award nominated YouTuber on the World of Wonder (“RuPaul’s Drag Race”) network, and a best selling author.
With a degree in English, two in theatre and a background in corporate training, instructional design and community management, Ms. Candy Blog has worked for such brands as Google/YouTube, Yahoo!, J.P. Morgan and American Express.
As a candy persona, she has partnered with such top brands as Hershey’s, Lindt, HSN, Epix, It’Sugar, Sour Patch Kids, Sugarpova, Just Born (Peeps/Mike & Ike), Jelly Belly, Torie & Howard, Adams & Brooks (Whirly Pop) and Dorval Trading Company (Sour Power) and has been named to FeedSpot’s Top 25 Candy Websites for Candy Lovers, becoming the #1 female candy website. An energetic and entertaining speaker, Ms. Candy Blog has spoken at Summit Live (San Francisco), Digital. (Vancouver), Cake Pop Con (Philadelphia), TedX Navesink (New Jersey), Midwest Digital Marketing Conference 17 (St. Louis), and Social Media Camp (Victoria, BC). She has served as a judge for Cake Pop Con and Werrk.com.
Ms. Candy Blog’s award nominated YouTube channel is part of the Emmy winning World of Wonder network, having received a contract in less than a week of posting a review of the RuPaul candy bar. The first candy livestreamer, she was awarded a contract with Periscope’s first talent network, Lifestream Productions, and placed on 3 top Periscoper lists after her first week on the live streaming platform. She has trended on Periscope & Hype, has been featured on Live.Me, GhostCodes & MeVee, and honored by PeriUnion and the BoPoTribe.
Ms. Candy Blog currently livestreams on multiple devices simultaneously with the distinction of having a 7 device mount named and created specifically for her by the prestigious California tech company, Arkon Mounts.
Her first published piece, “Sweet from Sour: Saved by a Supermodel”, is part of the best selling “Open Your Gifts”, published Spring 2017. You can currently find her speaking about livestreaming throughout North America.