There’s no question that the world has been shifted because of COVID-19. What used to be...Read More
Keisha A Rivers M.Ed.
Change is a process that begins with an event.
"When I found myself sitting in my attic during Hurricane Katrina with rising flood waters rushing into the house, I realized that change was upon me. Five days later when I was airlifted out of New Orleans and placed on a plane going who knows where, I knew I was starting a new chapter. When I arrived at a Red Cross evacuee camp and saw the chaos around me, I knew life would never be the same. When made the decision to get involved, I felt I could make an impact. When my efforts created successful outcomes, I knew I had found my sweet spot." ~Keisha A Rivers
Keisha A Rivers survived a harrowing Hurricane Katrina experience to become a successful speaker, change agent and learning leader. She facilitates successful outcomes by equipping people to manage change. Her work centers on three main areas: Engagement, Learning and Leadership. Keisha has over 14+ years of experience in the strategic consulting and organizational development space. She works with clients in the consumer goods & services, retail, hospitality, government and education industries.
I've always been an avid reader and an active life-long learner. Growing up, I've had an active imagination that has fueled my ability to connect with the world around me and create opportunities for learning and growth. So by default, I believe that we learn best by relating to things and building connections. This is accomplished by telling stories and providing an opportunity for you to visualize what's being said in such a way that allows you to form connections to the information so that you can use it in ways that will support your growth. My writing style is more conversational because I want you to feel as if you know me and can trust what I'm saying. It's my goal not to just convey information (which is static), but to compel some type of action--and therefore apply what you've read so you can create knowledge. So in short, you'll enjoy a good conversation and in the process pick up some great insights that can guide you in your journey of growth.
Articles by Keisha A Rivers M.Ed.
Recently it seems I’ve had conversations with people where the phrase “I don’t see color” has come up more and more. To be honest, I was a bit conflictedRead More
Preserving Prometheus’ Precious Gift1: Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act Imposes Affirmative, Anti-Discrimination Obligations Upon Municipalities, Providing a Seemingly Unwelcome Model for the Enforcement of Traditional Civil Rights LegislationJun 1, 2020 | Education, Youth, & Culture