Keosha is a multi-disciplinary artist, activist and educator that intersects art & wellness to promote positive health & mental wellness in BIPOC communities and empower women. As a writer and film director, Keosha is notable for promoting healing, social justice and social change in her work by exploring the diverse narratives and identities of Black folk and people of colour. As a performer, Keosha has graced many stages using spoken word poetry to tell vulnerable stories and bring communities together. Keosha is also a trauma-informed educator that has facilitated several creative writing & wellness workshops using a holistic approach for radical care & healing. Her passion for art & advocating for accessible health-care in marginalized communities has led to work with diverse companies such as Nike, Knixwear, Art Gallery of York University, Footlocker and CBC Arts.
In 2016, Keosha founded Our Women's Voices a non-for-profit based in Toronto focused on amplifying marginalized voices and making social change with and for women using community, arts & education. Keosha is a driven change-maker who has become a well-recognized voice that inspires others to use theirs.
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