Isobella Jade is known as one of the first people to do something notable inside an Apple store, using the store as her writing hub for over a year. Her inspirational story of beating the odds has been featured in The New York Post, The New York Daily News, The Los Angeles Times, Glamour, Sirius Book Radio, Seventeen, BBC and Publishers Weekly and others. Her popular podcast was a top show on the BlogTalkRadio network and for many years she worked as a body part model for national brands, magazines and retailers. She speaks at conferences on branding and being true to yourself. During the summer of 2018, The New York Times published her essay titled: My Father’s Everyday Heirlooms.