Magnolia Lafleur

Magnolia Lafleur

Magnolia is a Freelance Journalist and a Professional Track athlete who competes as a member of the Trinidad & Tobago National Team.

Born in Sacramento, CA from a Panamanian mother and Trinidadian father and raised in Guadalajara, Mexico and Omaha, NE, Magnolia has had a cultural upbringing that has infused her writing with depth and passion. 

She graduated from California State University Long Beach with a B.A in Journalism and spent a year in London completing an International Business Certificate.  

Eagerly, with a deep-seeded desire to make a difference, she contributes to Sublime by keeping abreast of the latest sustainable and ethical product, business, and technology developments. 

She balances her love of Journalism writing and running professionally with her love of creative writing and film by screenwriting and updating her blog on the titillating things that provoke her mind: art, love, and the human condition.

Combating human trafficking is a daunting task but one ‘Not for Sale’ is bent on tackling from the ground up

The 'Popular Mechanics Breakthrough Award' honors innovators whose work will change the future. Corwin Hardham, Kenny Jensen and Damon Vander Lind are the brains behind a turbine that, with the force of billowing wind, lifts thousands of feet off the ground to generate power

‘Some people will always tell you that what you are trying to accomplish is impossible; those people have no idea what they’re talking about,’ says Frosty Hesson, surf legend and first-time author of Making Mavericks

Some of the world’s greatest thinkers used quill pens to ink their ideals and imbue society with new perspectives. Alexandra Grant utilizes the less obvious media of painting to relay philosophical statements and stimulate society to ask why

As warm air billows its way into the sky pushing the clouds up, it begins a process that creates dark, ominous, whipped shaped clouds accompanied by flashes of veiny lights that spark a symphony of grandiloquent roaring thunder that drive most people to take cover, all, but nature photographer Camille Seaman