With a journalism background and over a decade experience in public relations, Mercy has written for several publications. Topics include public relations, health, beauty and issues related to the African diaspora.
Mercy contributes content and conducts interviews with national artists for SoulBounce.com, In the past 4 years, Mercy has interviewed artists like Tank, Bilal, Mali Music, V. Bozeman, Ice Cube, Cedric the Entertainer, Regina Hall, Slum Village, Estelle, BJ The Chicago Kid and more! The site was started in August 2007 and has received a 2010 Soul Train Award, is the winner of three Black Weblog Awards and was named to the 2011 Ebony Magazine Power 100. SoulBounce has been featured on CNN.com, USAToday.com, MSNBC.com, VH1.com, The Root and in the Washington Post Express.
the huffington post| nov 2017
"Claflin University: The Best HBCU Tucked Away On The Hilltop High"
Ahead of homecoming, Mercy writes about her alma mater Claflin University.
the huffington post| sept 2016
"What's Locs Got To Do With It?"
A personal story about natural hair and mainstream beauty standards.
cision | may 2015
In this Cision feature, Mercy explores the power of passion and the evolution of Public Relations.
the couch sessions| 2013-14
Mercy served as a contributing writer for The Couch Sessions, the premier online destination for alternative urban music and culture. She interviewed artists such as Hiatus Kaiyote, Lianne La Havas and Pete Rock.