Khaliah is a Philadelphia native and lifelong artist. She attended the Philadelphia High School for Girls where she discovered a love of music and cultivated her skills as writer and performance poet. In 2011, she graduated from Temple University with a Bachelors in Public Health and began her career as a health educator. She has taught sexual health and nutrition and now focuses on facilitating spaces of cultural liberation through food and art. In the summer of 2015, she began co-hosting “Young Voices Young Minds” a series of Connecting the Dots on HarambeeRadio.com with her younger sister. She is a Masters of Public Health candidate at Temple University, concentrating in Epidemiology and Biostatistics. Currently, Khaliah is putting together her first poetry manuscript and writing a science-fiction novel. Find her artistic endeavors at the-kdp.tumblr.com and soundcloud.com/thekdp and on Instagram @the_kdp.
Shivon is a mama of two, a community educator and burgeoning medicine woman. Her research and teachings focus on the culinary, agricultural and healing traditions of peoples of the African diaspora. She spent several years teaching culinary skills, nutrition and agricultural education within Philadelphia high schools. In addition to her commitment to preserving African diasporic traditions, Shivon is a yoga teacher. She has been studying yoga and meditation as healing practices since 2003 and teaching since 2010.