Keianna Rae Harrison-Williams was named Woman of the Year by a local nonprofit called A Seat at the Table. Harrison will be honored during their event "Sisterhood At the Conservatory" on Sunday, Aug. 27.
The organization has as its mission to help minority women overcome barriers that limit access to leadership roles within corporations, government entities, entrepreneurship, and the community.
According to their founder, Jordan J. Coleman, "We created Sisterhood At... To recognize women of color who are diligently working in the shadows. Those women who are change agents, impactful leaders, but aren't celebrated enough because they are focused on impact and joy recognition.
Keianna is someone who works hard, has influence, and is a change agent but isn't always in the spotlight. She is someone who finds value in doing the work, but not seeking acknowledgment for doing it