CEO/Founder of Girls Chronically Rock
“Mentoring means to me is having that guidance, that I can talk to and build ideas off of each other. Guidance–whether it’s business, life choices, mental health. If I have a question, I think I’ll call my mentor and I want to bring that same energy, positive vibes to my mentee. It’s so important especially in the disability community, we have to stick together.”
We are proud to induct Keisha Greaves into the Susan Daniels Disability Mentoring Hall of Fame.
Keisha Greaves was born and raised in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She graduated from Framingham State University with a Bachelor’s in Fashion Design and Merchandising; a year after, she graduated from Cambridge College with a Master’s degree in Business Management. While earning her degrees, she gained invaluable experience in the business/financial and Fashion Industry with working at different departments at Cambridge Savings Bank and many merchandising companies such as Motherhood Maternity, Tommy John, Spanx, Echo Design and Fossil Group.
While in Framingham State University, Keisha was in the Fashion Club and Black Student Union Club where she was able to meet new people and gain and learn a new experience in both groups with a different diverse of people.
At the present time, Keisha is working full-time on her own t-shirt line business called Girls Chronically Rock which was inspired by herself. In graduate school, Keisha was diagnosed with Muscular Dystrophy, so she wanted to make something inspirational and motivating for people who may have a chronic illness like herself or may be battling anything in their life, to let them know that they rock no matter what.