Sabrina T. Wallace, who is also known as "Simplee Bree", has always been passionate about writing since she was very young and applied to writing contests online for publication. The first writing gig she held was at a printed publication called "Committed Magazine", managed by DJ Drake, where she interviewed musicians such as the Ying-Yang Twins, Baby Cham, and Nuttin' But Stringz. Relocating to Atlanta Georgia in 2014, she continued to follow her passion. She began to pursue both writing and broadcasting. Following her relocation, she joined "The Cyphers Den," as well as the "A++" writing team. In addition, her desire to contribute to the community had a special place in her heart, contributing to her commitment to volunteering. The more involved I am within the community, the more I have discovered my passion for helping those who may need a listening ear or a sense of guidance. This will enable them to grow stronger.

Bree is the mother of a teenage son, so she is aware of how helpful it is to have someone to listen to when you need support. She also understands the importance of sharing. She is currently the host of the Girls Who Brunch Tour Instagram Takeover. As part of the event, men and women who have contributed substantially to the success of the Girls Who Brunch Tour 501c3 organization were interviewed to discuss the impact they delivered as well as received upon working with the nonprofit. The mission statement of the GWBT is to cultivate, inspire, and empower at-risk girls between the ages of 9-17 years old. Additionally, she also hosted another Instagram Live show called Dear Luv's Truth Serum. In this show, she interviewed guests in order to gain a deeper understanding of why certain perceptions may exist between the sexes.

She is also the CEO of the Black Podcast platform, "He Said What Network." 

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