Nekisha serves as an equity consultant, coach, facilitator, speaker, and trainer. She provides services to the North East, Mid-Atlantic, Southeast, Midwest, Southwest, Mountain Plains, and West regions through online, in-person, and hybrid formats.
Education and Credentials
Nekisha has a Master of Public Health with a focus in breastfeeding disparities among Black Americans. She has completed several continuing education courses and workshops in reproductive justice and meternal health equity.
Nekisha has worked with governing bodies of an organization, individuals in a formal leadership role, individuals who oversee operations of teams, and saff/key personnel or volunteers within an organization. She has served and partnered with various populations including Hispanic or Latinx, White/Caucasian, Black/African American, LGBTQIA2S+ and individuals currently or previously in the Military.
Nekisha Killings, MPH and IBCLC, has led in equity education across a variety of fields over the past 20 years. From consumer goods to non-profits, she has utilized her writing and facilitation talents to influence how organizations approach their work and communities. Her experience in operationalizing justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion ranges from developing diversity training modules, presenting research and application approaches to large groups, to hosting interactive workshops for Boards of Directors and organization leadership.
Nekisha's lived experience working directly with breastfeeding disparities in the Black American community inspired her MPH thesis in addition to leading her to publish peer-reviewed work.