Princella Talley has been a writer, ghostwriter, and editor since 2006. Today, she is a Fellow At Large at the OpEd Project, an organization with the mission to change who writes history. Princella is also a Public Voices Fellow of the OpEd Project and the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication.
Her writings analyze the intersectionality of climate change from diverse perspectives, ranging from the impacts of environmental racism to AI’s role in environmental conservation. Her opinion editorials and commentary on climate have reached millions of readers and she has been published by BET, Ms. Magazine, Grist, The Hill, Zora, World War Zero, The Urbanist, The Progressive, The Sacramento Bee, Quad City Times, Hawaii Tribune Herald, Killeen Daily Herald, The Chronicle, Herald News, Bangor Daily News, Merced Sun-Star,Times Herald-Record (Catskills Edition), Newsbug, the Marietta Daily Journal, and Change Creator Magazine.
She is also an entertainment writer with a portfolio that includes CBS Las Vegas, the Las Vegas Guardian Liberty Voice, celebrity interviews and Grammy campaigns for award-winning artists.
Prior to working with the OpEd Project, Princella was a Development Coordinator and Diversity Outreach Coordinator at Citizens’ Climate Education where she started the Climate and Culture Action Team. The team now has 180 members nationwide who work together to address disparities that intersect with the climate crisis.
Princella is also a speaker, facilitator, and poet who enjoys spending her free time outdoors with her dogs.