Originally from Stone Mountain, Georgia, Aura Harewood moved to New York to pursue a career in media and entertainment after graduating with honors from Howard University. She quickly made a name for herself on the NYC music and entertainment scene by starting a website, AllThatsFab.com with friends, and used the site as a way to network and parlay her way into exclusive industry events. "All That's Fab" provided music news, fashion tips, and event coverage for its young, African American female audience, as well as featured interviews from celebrities such as Lady Gaga, Q-Tip, Kimora Lee Simmons and more. Aura has since shut down All That's Fab, but through the relationships that she developed while working with the site, she became in demand as a social media/online marketing manager for artists and brands.
Since then, she has worked with G-Unit/Thisis50.com, BET's "Harlem Heights", MTV's "The Hills", "T.I.'s Road to Redemption", Warner Bros. Records (Urban Roster), Rocawear, Roc Nation and more as a new media marketing manager.
Most recently, she has accepted a new position and has just started as the associate director of digital marketing at Epic Records under the leadership of LA Reid. Aura is quickly becoming one of the most sought out digital strategists in the entertainment industry.