Khayla Deans

The Beautiful Project.
Khayla Deans is a music and film enthusiast, storyteller and image activist who cares deeply about amplifying the voices and images of people who are often unheard or unseen. She believes that media, art, and history can be used as powerful tools for empowerment when placed in the right hands. Khayla is a photographer and writer for The Beautiful Project (TBP) and currently holds the position of the Creative Producer where she develops the media strategy for TBP exhibits, manages all of the organization’s communications channels, and implements the macro and micro details involved in the creative concepts of TBP’s programming and presence. With degree in Public Policy and African American Studies from The University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill, Khayla seeks work that is heavily rooted in the movement of social change for Black communities. For four years, Khayla implemented new ways to bridge community needs and action through her work as a Consultant at Frontline Solutions, a national Black-owned consulting firm that strategically bridges philanthropy and grassroots organizations through the lens of race, gender, and place. Khayla is passionate about telling the stories and creating authentic images of Black women and girls.

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