Keisha Jones is an eight year educator in the District of Columbia who holds a masters degree in Special Education from Trinity University located in Washington, D.C. Originally from Chesapeake, Virginia, she moved to DC to pursue her career in education in 2010. Besides challenging students academically, she often challenges herself mentally and emotionally through writing and public speaking. She has been the keynote speaker for the Collegiate 100 Black Women Induction Ceremony at Bowie State University and collaborates with the non-profit Women Offering Wealth (W.O.W.) in the DMV area. While her writing often comes from her heart, she hopes to continue to grow as a well-known author and inspirational speaker by focusing on her experiences and using them as roadmaps for others. With time, Keisha aspires to be a symbol that proves that anyone can endure and persevere what occurs in their life. Furthermore, she aims to teach others that they can also restore what they never thought they would receive back, plus more.