Keshia Abraham, PhD
Keshia Abraham, PhD, founder and president of The Abraham Consulting Agency, is a Black feminist J.E.D.I (Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion) educator committed to facilitating personal and organizational development and intercultural growth. Keshia firmly believes in the transformative power of international education and the long term impact it has, hence her unwavering commitment to comprehensive internationalization/global learning especially at HBCUs (Historically Black Colleges and Universities). The daughter of two HBCU educated educators, Keshia grew up steeped in HBCU culture and international intercultural experiences and has worked successfully with all higher education institution types. She has served as a tenured faculty member, department chair, academic dean and program director at several MSIs. A current elected council member at the Forum on Education Abroad, Abraham has collaborated on working groups, presented at forums, seminars, and conferences on both international education and African (diaspora) literature all over the world. Abraham earned a PhD in comparative literature with an emphasis on Postcolonial literature and culture (specifically African diaspora women’s literature) and popular education, and her bachelor’s degree in English (emphasis on women’s studies) at the esteemed Spelman College. Prior to starting her own agency, she was the inaugural senior director of diversity and inclusion at CIEE.