Keosha is an award-winning artist, activist and educator who creates spaces for wellness and collection liberation in marginalized communities. As a poet and writer, Keosha is notable for centering healing, womanism and self-actualization in her work. She closely explores the diverse narratives and identities of Black and racialized people to promote liberation and empowerment. In 2016, Keosha founded Our Women's Voices, a Toronto-based non-for-profit focused on amplifying the voices of women and making social change through arts, education and community organizing. Keosha's work can be found in collaboration with Facebook, Nike, The Raptors, Art Gallery of York University, Never Apart Magazine & more. Her piece "A Prayer for Black Women" has been shared nationally and featured in CBC’s Poetic License. Most recently, Keosha hosted her debut interview series Black & Vulnerable also on CBC. With her BA in Psychology and roots in creative arts, Keosha also teaches workshops on mental health, creative writing and social justice. In 2019, Keosha was the recipient of the RISE Community Award for her contributions towards her community. Ultimately, Keosha Love is a storyteller and driven change-maker who has become a well-recognized voice that inspires others to use theirs.