It's pronounced Brew-gah-men.
Nikki Brueggeman is a writer and historian. Raised in Walla Walla, Washington, Nikki attended Washington State University where she received degrees in history and Asian studies in 2013. Going onto the University of Washington, Nikki received her MA of International Studies with a specialization in Japan. From 2015-2017, Nikki was a Fulbright grantee in South Korea where she taught English at an all girl's high school.
In 2020, inspired by a tweet, Nikki began interviewing friends and family about their experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic. Her personal project, The #DocumentingCOVID19 Project is focused on people living in the west coast of the United States, with a focus on women, educators, and COVID-19 survivors.
Nikki also began writing during the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic and found her voice in discussing history, pop culture, and relationships. She has been published in Parents Magazine, Yes! Magazine, Upworthy, and The Syndrome Mag. Her piece, Why Black People Don't Go Camping on Medium became a topic of national conversation and was featured on New York Public Radio's The Takeaway.