Nina Klymenko

Nina Klymenko is the Founder and CEO of Bozka Games LLC,  she is an accomplished book Illustrator, games artist and designer from Boston, MA.  Her talent is sought after worldwide  - as she has an astute eye and genius mind to birth the visions of her many clients. 
Nina made her first steps in her artistic career while residing in Ukraine. After moving to the US in 2011,   she devoted herself entirely to the graphic arts. Today her portfolio includes dozens of games - including Peach The Duck - Plays Dress Up - mobile apps, books, and illustrations and design projects all over the world.


Nina holds two degrees which are in Game Development and Physics. After a few years of working  in academia, Nina made the choice to switch completely to what she is most passionate about and that is The Arts.  Now, her technical background perfectly compliments her artistic experience and skills. You can find Nina’s work at https://bozkadesign.com/


Kamla K. Millwood

Kamla has received a proclamation from Brooklyn Borough President, Eric L Adams for her outstanding and selfless work done in the community and for being such a positive role model and an inspiration to many.
Kamla is a graduate of St. Francis College and Harvard Business school.  She is also a dedicated life partner and loving mother.  

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Kamla is the Face of the Got To Stop Campaign founded by Erika Ewing, which is a social impact consulting company and fashion lifestyle brand that uses the arts, advocacy, and education to raise awareness about injustices such as domestic violence, human trafficking, child abuse, racism, exploitation, racism and poverty. 

Kamla Karina Millwood was born in the Caribbean in St. Vincent and The Grenadines. She is the Founder/CEO and President of Palatial Publishing LLC, which was established on November 24th, 2015. 


Palatial Publishing LLC is a children's book and video game publishing company in which Kamla has authored, edited and published 8 books thus far. Her newest book called Peach Saves Money is geared towards teaching children about financial literacy and this book will be available to the public Fall of this year, 2019. Kamla is known as a GO-GETTER and she has many more surprises that she will release in the upcoming year regarding her PEACH THE DUCK brand. 


Kamla launched www.peachtheduck.com to showcase a book series that she authored about her character called the Peach The Duck, in addition to a video game on the iTunes store called Dress Peach. In Winter 2019, Kamla will launch her online magazine called Palatial Publishing Press, which will highlight children in the community who are doing extraordinary things to educate, uplift and empower their communities. 


Kamla is the public Spokesperson for Green Earth Poet's Cafe and Green Earth Poetry Theater. She is a theatrical ensemble cast member for Green Earth Poetry Theater and she played the lead role of Tiffany in the play titled "You Are Who You Eat" which appeared at the Kumble Theater in Brooklyn, New York for 2 days and was written by Tarishi 'Midnight' Shuler and Jashua Sa-Ra. 


Kamla is a community advocate who reads her children's books at schools, hospitals, museums, festivals, bookstores and other various venues in order to stress the importance of reading to the younger generation. 
Kamla has conducted various job training seminars and resume workshops at various bookstores and homeless shelters in New York City.   


She ran many half marathons as well whether rain, snow, sleet or shine to bring awareness to kidney disease for a dear friend called Alexis Mathurin, which enabled her to raise thousands of dollars for Alexis' cause. 
Kamla also utilizes her community advocacy to skydive for a cause, as she did when she jumped out of a plane 10,000 feet in air wearing a Tshirt given to her by Vertina Brown, which had the face of Tiarah Poyau on it. Vertina Brown - who accompanied Kamla on the skydive is the mother of the slained student Tiarah Poyau - who died of gun violence 3 years ago at J'Ouvert).