who is she?
Savannah is the wordsmith behind many inspiring and thought-provoking stories.”
Savannah Was Here was launched in late 2018 by Savannah Taïder, a multifaceted, bilingual creative living in Belgium. On a larger scale, Savannah is known as the first native French speaker to ever write for renowned platform, xoNecole.com, with her first article published in February 2019. Since her American debut in digital journalism, she has gone on to publish over 30 articles for the brand focusing on everything from manifestation and spirituality, to interviews with women influencers dominating their respective fields. Her work has led to a spot as the xoTribe’s inaugural Content Curators in March 2020. Savannah’s love for writing and community spawned the private community’s largest group, The Writers Club, a space for women to connect over personal stories with tips and tricks of how to elevate their words by way of book recommendations, weekly reflection assignments, and virtual monthly meetups. As the host of this space, Savannah accumulated a following of over 7,000 across social media platforms.
In April 2020, she published a short review of the NYT’s bestselling memoir, More Than Enough written by former Teen Vogue EIC and The Talk host Elaine Welteroth, which caught the attention of the author who reposted Savannah’s content on her book’s Instagram page. Savannah’s ability to see beyond the surface of celebrities to bring forth relatability as everyday women is highlighted as one of her many gifts. She has been recognized by former Pussycat Doll singer, Melody Thornton, and was offered to work with popular beauty YouTuber, Dulce Candy Ruiz on her new stationary line Sweet Soul after a reflective interview on Dulce’s decision to quit her YouTube channel of 2.15M subscribers. Savannah has also interviewed FOX5 DC news anchor, Jeannette Reyes, who has amassed over 1M followers on TikTok and Instagram, uplifting Savannah as a person who can sit at the table with the best of them.
Savannah is currently penning a book part self-help, part memoir on how it’s possible to turn dreams into reality and what the journey is like. The untitled guide will eventually be part of a bigger brand based on a woman’s aspirations, spirituality, and manifestation.