Founder & Principal Consultant
Ti’Juana Hardwell is an entrepreneur & committed community member in Wichita, Kansas. She earned her communications degree from Wichita State University’s Elliott School of Communication in May 2010. The following year she launched Mamarazzi Entertainment Magazine, an independent urban entertainment magazine. The publication continues to highlight emerging artists, small business owners and community leaders today. In 2015 MEM transitioned from print to become an online publication. This increased viewership and expanded the region's ability to access her magazine's content. In July 2020 Hardwell launched Mamarazzi Communications LLC to support small business owners, organizations and entertainers with expanding their reach. She provides consultation services and project management to a number of clients who rely on her innovation and promotion.
Ti'Juana was enlisted by the Wichita Black Alliance and Wichita African American Council of Elders to manage their #FactsNotFear communication campaign. She was tasked with creating culturally sensitive messaging regarding COVID-19 to slow the spread of COVID-19. A Mask Up commercial she co-produced with KSN received an Honorable Mention award from the Kansas Association of Broadcasters.
She works with clients all over the country and as far as the Cayman Islands. Her most notable clients include entertainment manager and Be100 World Hit Radio founder Deb Antney and Jazz Anderson, a host for Fox Soul’s “The Mix.” In 2020 Hardwell, was recognized as “Women Who Lead in Marketing & Communications” by the Wichita Business Journal. Mamarazzi Communications, LLC was also awarded a 2022 Marketing Award by WBJ.
Ti’Juana currently serves as the Marketing Chair for Wichita Urban Professionals and the President-Elect for Public Relations Society of America-Kansas. She often hosts seminars about marketing, business, diversity and inclusion.
She enjoys spending time with her daughter Tiana, traveling, listening to live music, visiting museums and winning at family game night--which happens most of the time!