CEO|Entrepreneur|Actress|Model|Best-Selling Author|Life Coach|Advocate
Keesha is known for her big heart for the community and acts as an advocate to help stop violence against young adults by sharing her past experiences in hopes of making a difference. With that, Keesha attended all rallies held in Sanford, FL for the late Trayvon Martin and had the pleasure of meeting Martin Luther King III, Bernice King, Roland Martin and Rev. Jessie Jackson along with many other celebrities throughout her Outreach journey.
Her professional resume includes making an appearance on the Greenleaf TV series on the Oprah Winfrey Network, appearing in television series produced by Tyler Perry, serving as the first Pageant Director for former Ebony Magazine Commentator Ms. Jada Collins, being interviewed on the Samy Priso TV Show on Dish Network Bright House Channel 49, working with the Wordnet, and countless magazine features & interviews. As part of her acting career, she has also appeared in over 100 films in one year. Keesha’s work in the community has been recognized and she has been invited to partake in many honors including attendance at the second-term inauguration of President Barack Obama in January 2013 invited by Congresswoman Corrine Brown and being invited to see Sen. Geraldine Thompson sworn in at the Florida State Capitol. In April 2013, Keesha became the youngest honoree ever to receive the Central Florida “Living Legends Oscar Award” for her humble work and achievements in the community. Keesha was also voted and awarded as “ATL Hottest Actress 2017”. Recently, she was recognized at the 2018 ATL Actors Awards for her variety of categories in Acting, Writing and Producing.
Keesha has also written skits for churches and she released her first book on October 1, 2016 at celebrity restaurant, Mary Macs Tea Room in Atlanta, GA titled “Mama, They Didn’t Mean It”, where she completely sold out of all of her books to all in attendance; which has now become a BEST SELLER in less than six months.
Keesha’s motto in life that has kept her going are three things to remember: have crazy faith when no one else can see it, you must see yourself in that vision before it happens and lastly, treat people the way you would treat yourself accordingly.
Her favorite scripture is:
Romans 8:28: “As we know ALL things work together for the good to those who love God, to those who are the called according to His purpose.”