Amber Ruffin is a writer and cast member on NBC’s Late Night with Seth Meyers. She also became the first black woman to write for a late-night talk show in American history when she joined the staff in 2014 and was a writer and sometimes performer on HBO’s Black Lady Sketch Show. She is about to launch her own late night show, The Amber Ruffin Show which will anchor the new NBC streaming service, Peacock. Lacey Lamar, Amber Ruffin’s big sister, has worked in the health care and human service field for more than twenty-five years, with thirteen years working with troubled youth in her community. She volunteers her time and resources to black, brown refugee and indigenous fellow humans in any way she can.