Sequoyah Douglas was born November 30, 1991. She was born Queens Hospital Center being the youngest of 5 kids. She went to P.S 160Q The Walter Francis Bishop Elementary. She spent several years in Jamaica W.I where she graduated from Suthermere Preparatory School and Merl grove high School for girls in Kingston. She then moved back to NYC to attend M.S 137 in Richmond Hill in Queens and then finally Jamaica High school where she graduated in 2009 with her high school diploma and an additional degree from the national academy of finance. Sequoyah went to Baruch college to pursue a degree in music administration focusing on legal entertainment and intellectual property. During that time Sequoyah became an active student leader as well as an influencer of campus changes in regards of black and brown students on campus. Activities she was involved in were The Black Student Union as president for two years Executive vice president of the Caribbean student association, treasurer of West Indian culture club and Hip Hop 201, also an active member of the collegiate women in business association, New York music industry association a radio personality for Baruch college radio. She started as a Legal intern at VP Records and currently works as a Rights and Clearances coordinator. She also freelances as a music supervisor for web series and social media manager for the curly girl collective who host CURLFEST, the largest natural beauty festival in the world as well as new projects for creatives to be fiscally successful. Sequoyah believes in order to rise as a community we must be willing to help in any capacity. She serves with the New York Urban League’s Young Professionals along with many other community programs.