Chaundra Scott is a native of Anne Arundel County, MD. Her professional background has roots in social work. For over 15 years, Chaundra has provided case management and community outreach services to children and families in Maryland. The birth of her daughter, Aubrey, sparked an interest in becoming a children’s book author. She wanted to share her family stories of self empowerment and positive affirmations with children everywhere.
From there, Chaundra wrote her first book called Curls and Coils. Three other book titles followed soon after: Beautiful Shades, The All-Star and Sweet Dreams. But her love for reading didn’t stop there. She started her literature and lifestyle business called Curls and Coils. She specializes in hosting literary events, writing programs, kid accessories and her children’s book.
With a dedicated passion for literacy, Chaundra began a career in reading intervention and currently works with Baltimore City Public Schools. She is also pursuing a second Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction for Social Justice. Her passion for reading and writing is unmatched. Author entrepreneur, Chaundra Scott, also is a freelance writer for several publications such: Sheen Magazine, Leading with Lee Magazine; and the Grown Ass Black Woman Blog. Scott also founded a nonprofit organization called H.O.P.E., Inc which is the home of the Little Curls and Coils mentoring program for girls.
Stay tuned for upcoming literary events in the DMV area. Follow our Lifestyle blog titled: My Sweet Tea Life. To stay connected please follow her on Instagram @curls_coils; Facebook @CurlsCoilsMD; and Twitter @CurlsNCoilss for the latest blog entries, new books and events.