Kathy Iandoli is a seasoned journalist and cultural critic with two decades of music industry experience in the fields of Media, Marketing, Radio, Publicity, and Brand Management. She has reported from the sidelines of multiple musical genres including Hip-Hop, Rock, Electronic, and Pop, documenting from various angles and speaking with some of the highest profile artists and industry veterans. In addition, Kathy has written about fashion, politics, feminism, travel, food, and more. She is also a professional Media Trainer, working with Pop and Hip-Hop stars, as well as upcoming artists. With an extensive history within different facets of entertainment, Kathy aims to both inspire and educate through her work. Kathy Iandoli is on the inside track of Hip-Hop history, and particularly women in Hip-Hop. Drop in with us to find out how these icons impact us, whether they're famous or with equal impact, are our private icons, our own mothers. Examining roles of gender, staying true to self and survival tactics; the movement symbolises that what women do, what African American do, is to stay strong. Kathy Iandoli traces the arc from exceptions to the rule, to who rules and how.