Kelisha B. Graves, MA
Program Operations Manager
Kelisha B. Graves serves as the Program Operations Manager for the MSI CBO HIV Prevention Program. She obtained her Bachelor’s degree from Fayetteville State University and Master’s degree from Liberty University. She is completing graduate work in African American and African Diaspora Studies. Her plans include pursuing a PhD in Education with a concentration in higher education. Her research interests span the fields of Africana studies, black intellectual history from 1776-1970, and Africana philosophy. Ms. Graves has delivered lectures at a variety of institutions across the United States, including Texas A&M University, the University of Connecticut, and Vanderbilt University. Her work can be found in the Association of Black Women Historian’s anthology entitled Liberating Minds, Liberating Society: Black Women in the Development of American Culture and Society. She is currently completing two book chapters for an upcoming textbook on the African American Experience.