Kesiah is the Community Programs and Partnerships Manager at Cultivate Collective. She has held many roles as educator, community development professional, business owner and environmental policy and planning graduate at Tufts University. Raised in a household with a large garden, she grew up valuing food and its unifying nature which led her spend the bulk of her professional career working in the sustainable agriculture and food justice realm. She founded and ran a successful composting business for 5.5 years and is committed to building self-sustaining models that yield positive social and environmental impacts.
“Reconnecting with nature acts as a wonderful reminder that we are part of a larger thriving and vibrant ecosystem. This makes me feel more balanced and centered. I think nature can open up the heart to make room for healing and hope that this Sacred Place will allow folks to be at peace, reflect, and honor their loved ones.”