Loretta’s love of research and writing established her academic presentations in postcolonial feminism, ethnomusicology, and her theoretical construct called socio spiritualism. She has been recognized by the 2017 New Jersey Historical Commission regarding her current research on South Jersey’s soul music routes during the Civil Right Era entitled “From Raw Blues to Silky Soul: South Jersey’s Chitlin Circuit Route (1948-1978)”. She has since authored “Killing Me Softly With His Words: A Child of God’s Response to Domestic Violence,” ( ASIN: B074FK3RL8) and a hobby-novella “In the Case of E.M.H.” ( ASIN: B01M6VEX7E) with Amazon Kindle.
Loretta sits on a special counsel as Public Relations for CACCI, and writer and Executive Producer for CaribME: New Yorkers of the Caribbean Diaspora, a documentary of Caribbean New Yorkers, that was featured during Caribbean American Heritage Month Luncheon at Brooklyn Borough Hall. Loretta is founder/Editor in Chief for Caribeme Magazine that will launch January 2018, as fashion-forward lifestyle magazine from the Caribbean diaspora woman’s perspective. Loretta is host-producer for Sumatra Blog Talk Radio; CCO/Founder of Women of Concern Professionals & Strategic Conscious Networking (WOCPSCN).