Mazaré is a spoken word poet who describes herself as raw honey, “a teaspoon of brutal truth fresh from the comb—bold and thick with sweet.” She is the Community Life Coordinator at Grace Downtown in Washington, DC. Her love for God and words are intertwined. After graduating from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a degree in English and creative writing, Mazaré earned an MDiv at Covenant Theological Seminary. Experience her spoken word album Raw Honey and more at Mazare.net. You can follow her on social media: @MissPoeticMaz.