Dr. Tokeya C. Graham is an award-winning educator, community activist, writer, and humanitarian. She uses her platform to advocate for racial equity, community development, literacy, and justice.
Dr. Graham holds an AAS degree in Human Services from Monroe Community College; a BS in English with a focus in Creative Writing from SUNY Brockport; an MA in English, and an EdD in Education Leadership with a focus in Higher Education, both from the University of Rochester. She also has a certificate in Diversity and Inclusion from Cornell.
Keilani is engaged in our community, having volunteered at various community and political institutions. Her passion is working with youth and she finds pleasure in creating programming for Soulstainable Living. As a creative, she uses many different mediums for self-expression. Keilani uses nail art, make-up, and hair color to showcase her artistic side. She somehow finds to paint and plans to learn to make rugs or sew.
Keilani Graham is a 2016 graduate of Bishop Kearney High School. She holds an AS in Communication and Media Studies from Monroe Community College. Keilani also has a BS in Communication with a focus in Civic Engagement and Leadership with a Minor in Public Relations from SUNY Brockport.