Politics, music, movies, health, pharmaceuticals, electronics, automobiles, history.
Ife A enjoys drawing and painting, writing reviews, visiting museums, and reading (especially non-fiction).
Ife A Studied Pre-Law with a concentration in history and political science.
Ife A took courses in areas such as digital and new media, computer-assisted reporting, feature writing and corporate communications at Georgetown's relatively news MPS in Journalism program.
Ife A worked as a contributing features editor for a major Washington D.C. paper and a reviewer for a shopping website. His main genre of expertise is hip hop, although he has also written pieces on R&B, '60s-era rock, and Afrobeat.
Ife A contributed electronic articles and reviews to two online publications for two years. Some of the subjects included automobiles, desktops and laptops, and mobile devices such as MP3 players and smartphones.
Ife A wrote a handful of articles for an online publication that focused on pharmaceutical information. Ife particularly drew from his experience as a scientific research editor on assignments mainly focused on the research of cure for diseases such as autism and cancer.
While working as a Transcripts Editor for Congressional Quarterly, Ife A wrote summaries on House bills at U.S. congress. The purpose was to give a history and background of each bill, as well as estimate the chances of it becoming law.
Ife A wrote blog posts for the local news platform of a global media company. With as much as three posts per day, the articles focuses on profiling the business people of a Maryland suburb.