Kesha is an experienced educator, speaker and independent consultant with skills in project management, process improvement and process analysis. Her research and professional interests are varied but broadly include strategies to increase minority student college persistence and graduation rates, international education and the intersection of race and social policies. She is passionate about travel, good food and the arts.
Kesha received a B.A. in International Business and Japanese Studies from Dillard University and her M.P.P from Duke University. She currently lives in the District.