Keshia Hannam

Keshia Hannam is Dear World storyteller based in New York City. Hannam’s early immersion into multi-cultural communities and her tireless curiosity for people and their unique stories have made her a respected voice across corporations and non-profits around the world. While at Dear World she has presented to Fortune 100 companies as well as university students. Hannam’s own multicultural background (half Indian/half Australian) sparked her curiosity for diverse communities, people and their unique stories.

Keshia is the co-founder of global women’s platform Camel Assembly, a 5,500 strong collective of creative leaders that works across nine cities in four continents. As a speaker, Keshia has taken to the stages for media platforms like The New York Times and Facebook, Fortune 500 companies like Macy’s (NYC) & Marriott Group (China), and on important social topics like environment with the Stockholm Resilience Institute (Sweden) and International Day of the Girl in association with Barclay’s (London). Keshia’s multi-hyphen background established her as a known writer about subjects like intersectionality, environment, cross-cultural communication, innovation, global business, food and travel. Her work has been published in National Geographic, Fortune, Forbes, CNN, South China Morning Post, Huffington Post, Tatler and WGSN, amongst others.