We are pleased to announce that Ms. Brooke Eliason of “@femalefoodie” is the winner of this year’s NC Media Post of the Year Award.
Looking back on 2021, it was a year with continuous uncertainty, for better or for worse.
We overcame this year with the help of our source of inspiration and entertainment: our amazing content creators. With the world they created for us and for those who admire them, their content became our source of entertainment and a platform to gain helpful insights throughout the global lockdowns. This is why NC Media believes that it is important to acknowledge the hard work our creators put into creating content.
This year’s NC Media Awards recognize creators in three segments: the Creator of the Year Award, Global Photography Award, and the Post of the Year Award. You can learn more about our mission for the Media Awards and the International Recognition for Creative Excellence, here.
Founder of a woman-powered initiative, Brooke Eliason is the brain behind a team of 16 talented contributors. Her website “Female Foodie” is dedicated to full of inspiring recipes and unbiased dining guides across the US. Brooke built a highly engaged audience through her Instagram account where she reflects her motto “Life is too short to eat bad food”. Her motto and, correspondingly, all the amazing recipes Brooke shared, helped us through the times when we were all equally saddened due to the lockdown measures in response to the restaurants.
Unlike these challenging times, Brooke’s account is full of energetic and vivid colored content revolved around mouth-watering recipes and top pick restaurants! Brooke’s explanatory and exceptional posts charmed not only her audience but also the independent panel of judges. With her encouraging background and educational content, she became a role model to her community. As NC Media, we would like to congratulate and thank Brooke Eliason for her amazing post!
To learn more about all the amazing content check out her blog here!