“Takirra is an exceptional communications strategist. Whether she is working with a public official, a non-profit, an activist, or an artist, Takirra’s approach reflects creativity, authenticity, and a keen understanding of both traditional journalism and social media. Takirra’s deep personal commitment to issues of equity and justice shapes who she chooses to advise, the intentionally diverse audiences she seeks to reach, and the values underlying the messages she helps to craft.”
John B. King Jr.,
U.S. Secretary of Education under President Obama

Takirra and I connected a few months ago and I’ve already become one of her biggest fans. I truly feel honored to have her and Unapologetic Communications representing me. We’ve already made tremendous progress in a very short period of time – just months – with my voice and writing published in NY Magazine, Essence, and the ReidOut Blog. With Takirra, sky’s the limit and I’m looking forward to all the successes and abundance that we will have together this year.”

Dr. Uché Blackstock,

Founder of Advancing Health Equity &
MSNBC contributor

“Takirra has a rare ability to communicate with the kind of clarity, urgency, and authenticity that cuts through the noise and sheds light on some of the most important issues of our time.”
Sarah Hurwitz,

Author & Speechwriter
(Barack & Michelle Obama)

“Takirra communicates with passion, clarity, originality, authenticity and warmth. Whether she is solving complicated problems, introducing new ideas, or offering searing analysis, Takirra persuades allies and opponents. She is a rare blend of genius and generous, using her talents effectively to speak truth and build community.”

Melissa Harris-Perry,

Professor & Media Host

“Takirra is an incredible storyteller and narrative builder. Very few people can both see the vision and execute it-and Takirra does both with excellence and integrity.”

Brittany Packnett Cunningham,
Activist, Writer & Host of UNDISTRACTED
“Takirra is a passionate, talented storyteller whose authenticity radiates in her narrative work. She always stays true to herself, her roots and is a powerful voice for Black America.”
D. Watkins,

NYT bestselling author & professor