Keisha Smith

Author Speaker Philanthropist

 
 
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Who‘s that lady?

She is what some would call a quiet storm. She knows what is it to shine after the storm, while understanding how to keep focus in the storm. Keisha has faced some of life’s horrific storms but yet still shines. She has been tested, tried but yet is triumphant!!

Keisha speaks life that drives you to walk in faith into purpose. She is the voice of the voiceless for Sexual Assault and spreads hope to the hopeless.  Keisha is known for powerful life changing messages of faith and survival.

Through life’s obstacles Keisha gained a greater understanding of 2 Corinthians 5:7 “Walk by faith, and not by sight.” and Revelation 12:11 “And they overcame him by the blood of the Lamb, and by the word of their testimony;” For many years hurt, shame and embarrassment hindered Keisha from sharing her story. Now, she humbly shares her breathtaking personal experiences with childhood molestation/rape, the loss of her mother and daughter, low self-esteem and bullying to empower others to speak up and share their truth.  Keisha is a true example of “You can’t judge a book by its cover”. Keisha’s pain pushed her to purpose. In her darkest hours, God revealed to Keisha her true identity.

Keisha is an Author, Speaker & Coach, Founder of Crowned for Purpose Organization, Flawed & BeYoutiful (FAB), and Co-Founder of Crowned Girly.  She serves as a Court Appointed Special Advocate for children and as the Chair for one of Atlanta’s most prestigious Women Business Resource Groups. She’s a woman of faith, wife, mentor, and mother of four loving children. She’s a native of Hattiesburg, MS, but currently resides in the Metro Atlanta area with her family.

 
 

"I enjoyed it so much that I called a few family members to tell them about it. Its one thing when you think something and it goes to another level when you write it down on paper. Going thru the steps on how to get thru your fear and discover the root of it is motivating. Also to hear the different perspectives of the participants was educational for a lot of folks as it was for me. I really enjoyed it.

/  E.Walters  /