Evelyn Lozada is an American television personality, model, and publicist best known for her appearances on the reality series Basketball Wives which followed wives, ex-wives, and girlfriends of professional basketball players.
She has broadened her career portfolio by taking part in multiple entrepreneurial projects. Additionally, in September 2017 she launched the Turn Hurt into Joy campaign to raise funds for victims of domestic and sexual abuse.
Early Life and Education
Nengo Lozada was born December 10th 1975 in Brooklyn New York to Nengo Lozada and Sylvia Ferrer and has one sister. Her ancestry includes Puerto Rican and Cuban traditions. After moving to Miami in 2007, she worked as secretary before co-owning Dulce shoe boutique as co-owner.
Gained national fame through VH1 reality show “Basketball Wives,” she became one of the original cast members on “Livin’ Lozada,” her own reality show and even launched a line of shoes.
Author, she has published numerous books including her 2019 release The Wives Association: Inner Circle. In her free time she enjoys reading and travelling as well as participating in various charitable initiatives to bring domestic violence awareness.
Evelyn Lozada rose to fame by her frequent appearances on various reality shows, particularly VH1’s “Basketball Wives.” Her role as one of six prominent cast members on this program about wives, ex-wives, and girlfriends of NBA players won her much admiration from viewers worldwide.
Her work ethic and determination for success earned her immense acclaim, as did her involvement with various entrepreneurial ventures; for instance, she is co-owner of Dulce shoe boutique in Coral Gables, Florida.
American beauty Carl Leo Crawford is a mother to Shaniece Virginia Sabina and Carl Leo Crawford, whom she credits with their success. Carl was born in Brooklyn, New York with Puerto Rican ancestry.
Achievement and Honors
Evelyn Lozada is an American television personality, model, and spokesperson best known for her appearances on VH1 reality show Basketball Wives which follows wives of professional basketball players and ex-wives of their former partners.
Born December 10th 1975 in Brooklyn, she is the daughter of Nengo Lozada and Sylvia Ferrer and has one sibling. After moving to Miami in 2007 as secretary for Dulce Shoe Boutique she later co-owns Dulce Shoe Boutique along with being of Puerto Rican ancestry and Roman Catholic faith.
Lozada has written multiple books since 2012. Her debut novel was “The Wives Association: Inner Circle.” Alongside her media work, Lozada has also engaged in many philanthropic and charitable activities – hosting events for Dress for Success as well as other charities; using her platform to advocate healthy living practices through the promotion of her fame.
Evelyn Lozada is an American television personality and spokesperson. She is best known for her appearance on VH1 reality series Basketball Wives, which follows the wives, girlfriends, and ex-wives of professional basketball players. Evelyn also featured as part of Ev and Ocho but the show never aired due to unavailability issues. Shaniece Hairston, Evelyn’s daughter is her namesake.
Lozada has been actively engaged in various charitable activities and philanthropic endeavors for years. She advocates for animal rights through PETA’s I’d Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur campaign and in September 2017 established the Turn Hurt Into Joy online mission to raise funds for victims of domestic violence and rape.
Lozada also writes novels. Working alongside her brand strategist Courtney Parker, Lozada wrote the 2012 Cash Money Content Books novel The Wives Association Inner Circle.
Evelyn Lozada is an esteemed American reality star best known for starring on VH1 reality show Basketball Wives, which follows the wives and ex-wives of professional basketball players. Additionally, Evelyn featured briefly in Ev and Ocho a short-lived spinoff.
She has written several books and currently boasts an estimated net worth of $4 Million as of 2023.
Lozada was born in Brooklyn, New York City to Nengo Lozada and Sylvia Ferrer and has one sibling named Sylvia. Of Puerto Rican ancestry, she relocated to Miami in 2007. Starting out her career by working for an entertainment attorney she eventually co-owned Dulce Shoe Boutique in Coral Gables Florida as co-owner.