Creator & Executive Producer
Conceptualized and launched in 2009 by Renae Bluitt, Founder of Crush Media, In Her Shoes was created to empower, enlighten and uplift women committed to realizing their dreams. As the one-stop shop for women committed to being the captain of their own ship, In Her Shoes shines light on ladies leaving their mark on the world and paving the path for generations to come.
The cornerstone of the In Her Shoes blog is the Fly Female Entrepreneur Interview Series, where, as the name of the blog implies, readers are provided an all-access, behind-the-scenes entrée to “walk in the shoes” of an accomplished female business owner and gain insight into what her day-to-day entrepreneurial journey is really like. These unguarded, personalized accounts offer invaluable wisdom and inspiration – the core of what In Her Shoes embodies.
Ayana Barber is a New York City based freelance producer and writer. She has worked with major networks ranging from Viacom to Netflix. Some of her notable projects have been Louis C.K’s independent project Horace & Pete, Netflix’s Jen Kirkman: Just Keep Livin’? and Animal Planet’s Monster’s Inside Me.
Supervising Story Producer
Trizonna McClendon hails from the South Side of Chicago. She is an Emmy award-winning television producer who has lent her talents to networks such as NBC, Bravo, BET, HGTV, Lifetime and many more. Some of her credits include; Real Housewives of Atlanta, HGTV’s Design Star, I Want To Work For Diddy, Kimora: Life In The Fab Lane, and most notably the Emmy award-winning, Steve Harvey daytime talk show. As a multi-passionate creative, Trizonna also flexes her vocal prowess as a singer/songwriter with music that can be heard on the reboot of Spike Lee’s She’s Gotta Have It for Netflix.
Brittany M. Stalworth is a New York City-based TV and Film Producer. Hailing from Philadelphia, Brittany set her sights on NYC in 2012 after graduating from Hampton University. She landed her first job at MTV and has since worked with a variety of networks including Bravo, Food Network, and OWN. Her most recent projects include Bravo’s number one show, The Real Housewives of Atlanta and ‘Released,’ an OWN Network docu-series that highlights the trials and tribulations of re-entering society post-incarceration.