Nicole Irene Gay is a poet, author and publisher who has been writing since the age of 13. Originally from Philadelphia PA, Nicole published her first book, How to be a STAR: The Young Person's Guide to Living Your Dreams and Finding Success in 2003. In 2006, she created a literary tribute to Charlene Phillips of the Rock DreamCentre in Philadelphia. This project is the 2007 published FAITH for the Journey book/journal which has sold over 1,000 copies. Nicole's current projects include In the Company of Queens (a play of the same name will be produced in September 2009) , The Eighth Brother, a stage play for teens entitled Booty Will Do You In, a children's book called "The Little Teabag" and a stage play called "Men, Issues, and Kleenex Tissues" due out for release in January 2010.
Nicole received her Bachelors of Arts in Communication and English from LaSalle University and her Masters of Education with a concentration in Human Resource Development in Business settings fr