Keisha Mabry is an author, speaker and social entrepreneur on a mission to change the world one connection at a time. She has been featured by the National Public Radio, the Nine Network, Facebook, Forbes, Next Step U, The Business Journal, Blavity, Ellevate, Essence, Success and the United State of Women for her work in personal branding and networking—or as she likes to call it—friendworking.

In addition, Keisha is a TED speaker, a lecturer at the Washington University in St Louis, an Aspen Ideas Scholar, a Hatch Scholar, a contributor for the Huffington Post and Watch the Yard and her new book Hey Friend: 100 Ways to Connect with 100 People in 100 Days is a movement to make the world friendly again—or at the very least friendlier than it’s ever been. It’s a must-read, a fun read and the ultimate guide to teaching people how to meet new peeps.

Keisha believes that by connecting people to people and people to resources she can increase movements, access, communication and progress to get the right people in the right seats to end inequality. Learn more about this fearlessly free human being at #heyFRIEND

  • Michael Cassidy Flynn
    published this page in Blog Out Loud 2019-08-08 15:09:15 -0500