- January 18, 2022
Brittney Moses: An Author, A Blogger, A Speaker, and Social Media Influencer
Brittney Moses is a faith and mental wellness encourager as well as a lifestyle influencer who promotes the significance of…
Brittney Moses is a faith and mental wellness encourager as well as a lifestyle influencer who promotes the significance of mental health. She is a strong supporter of faith-based mental wellness. She rose to fame thanks to her Twitter and Instagram accounts, and she continues to help individuals in need both online and offline.
She is a 30-year-old mental health advocate who was born on August 16, 1991. She is of African American ancestry and her zodiac sign is Leo.
Brittney was born and brought up in Los Angeles, California. Her parents’ names are George Talley and Rochelle Barthelemy. Brittney and her fiancé, Jason Stoll, plan to marry and settle down in June 2022. Brittney’s son, Austin Moses, is joining them as part of their blended family.
Britney stands around 5ft 2in (1.5m) tall and weighs roughly 59kg (130lbs). She has gorgeous brown eyes and stunning black hair.
Brittney went to John Thomas Dye private school in Bel Air for elementary school, and then graduated from Hamilton High School Academy of the Arts in Culver City shortly after. She graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from UCLA; a prominent university.
Due to her tremendous popularity, Brittney has been able to secure various sponsorships with brands, media partnerships, behind-the-scenes digital creation consultancy, and her soon-to-be-released book, enabling her to make a good living for herself. Her popularity is largely due to her originality, personality, and mode of life, which has caught the attention of a number of brands around the world.
Moreover, Brittney’s debut book, “Worthy: 50 Mindful Moments to Bring Peace and Clarity to Your Day,” is due out in July 2022.
She also runs a podcast titled ‘Faith & Mental Wellness’ in which she integrates faith and mental health where she has real conversations at the intersection of both clinical and lived experience.