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The BRAND.

MJFANGIRL was created in 2011 as a personal blog and outlet but. has since grown into a multi-faceted brand for dedicated Michael Jackson fans. Here you will find Michael-inspired travel guides and tips, memorabilia and event reviews, and even some fun merchandise. But more importantly, you will find a different perspective on Michael Jackson and his career.

The FOUNDER.

I'm a thirty something, life-long MJ fan from New York City. I grew up wishing that the Jacksons were my family, watching "The Legend Continues" on VHS tape, and frequenting the Michael Jackson AOL chatroom. I was blessed to see Michael Jackson perform live on September 10, 2001 at Madison Square Garden and being a fan has always been a big part of my life.

My favorite album is Dangerous and my favorite short film is a close tie between "Leave Me Alone" & "Remember the Time".

For as long as I can remember, meeting other fans, bringing people together and building relationships within the MJ community has been one of my greatest passions. I have spent the last 7 years as the founder and co-organizer for the largest #MJFAM club in the East Coast, Legacy of Love: Michael Jackson Fans United. It was my way of continuing Michael's legacy of uniting people through music and events. With under 250+ unique events under our belt, our club officially disbanded in May 2017. After years of great memories it was time to move on to the next chapter.

It was my honor to serve the Michael Jackson fan community in NYC for as long as I was able to... but now, I'm on a new journey. I am on a mission to learn more about one of my personal heroes and inspirations. Looking beyond the narrative that has been presented and looking Michael's story from a different and personal perspective. If you're reading this.... you're a part of my new chapter.

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Aside from being a Michael Jackson fan, MJFANGIRL is an MBA graduate and marketing professional living in New York City. She is an avid traveler, loves group fitness classes, visiting the Disney Parks and catching reruns of 1970s sitcoms.