I specialize in working with women between the ages of 30-65 in need of reconnecting with their life’s purpose and legacy. Life forced me to reconnect with mine–I offer transitional methods for getting there including an e-course. Click to check it out!
Global Hands International is a nonprofit I founded that shares inspirational stories about people impacting the world on large-scale. In addition, its programs cultivate a new group of global citizens out of youth that are from under-resourced environments that would not have otherwise had the opportunity.
Communications and Strategies for Small Businesses
Creatively, I provided journalistic, feature writing services to newspapers and write from the heart: poetry and children’s fiction.
Keisha Reynolds is a mother, wife, author and friend and has a high regard for each role. She authored poetry at age 7, before she knew what poetry was, and leveraged that budding interest in speaking and writing into a successful 18-year career in the communications field. Throughout her career she mastered strategic communications, crisis communications, branding, event planning, speech writing and more for federal clients throughout various industries. She freelanced for local newspapers and nationally known ones, including the Baltimore Sun. Ms. Reynolds has earned numerous awards and accreditations. Most recently, she was inducted into the National Leadership Honor Society in 2013 and received a certificate in Change Management from Georgetown University in 2011, after graduating from a six-month course.