Henderson is a freelance writer based in New York. He writes frequently about design, food, travel and religion. He is an enthusiastic traveler who has recently filed stories from Africa, China, India, Sicily and Sweden. For UniSun, he writes about a growing number of African-Americans who are enjoying outdoor sports (Page 10).
Born and raised in Queens, N.Y., Speller is a freelance writer who lives in Montgomery County. During the past 10 years, he has written for Today's Black Woman, Black Men, Upscale and Heart & Soul magazines. He recently signed a book deal. This issue, he writes about a DVD making the rounds at area churches (Page 8).
Dr. Alain Damiba
Damiba, 52, is from Burkina Faso in West Africa, a place where poverty and disease go hand-in-hand. As a public health doctor, he writes a First Person essay about how he returns home to help improve the survival odds of women and their families with health and medical awareness programs, among other things (Page 18).