Karly Kingsley is a writer/author, chef, creative entrepreneur, and philanthropist. Karly has published two fiction books (Nightclub Pride and Joy, Goodbye Monster) and a non-fiction book entitled "You Are Not Alone. She is a classically trained chef who is finishing up her first cookbook and is well known for her skills in the kitchen. Karly Kingsley is a former member of the popular podcast The Vodka Press where she cohosted from 2013-2016. Her new show "My So Called Friends," debuts in August 2020.
Karly assists creatives in all different industries achieve their goals through her company Dirt Sugar Media.
In April 2020, Karly formed the Connecticut community assistance group called "Share the Care" as a response to the initial Covid-19 outbreak. Her efforts were featured Nationally In magazines such as AARP and Philanthropy Round Table. Share the Care has since grown and the group as well as Karly have become a powerful advocate for Mental Health.
She has been described as open, honest, too the point, wildly intelligent, creative, and not your mama's Martha Stewart.