Today, Keeyah Johnson, is well on her way to becoming one of the top Executives in the Entertainment industry. In her previous roles, she served as the Motion Picture Coordinator for the 50th NAACP Image Awards, Talent Logistics for the 61st Grammy Awards, Audience/Ticketing teams for BET’s Black Girls Rock! and Event Logistics Teams for the MTV Awards, 25th ESSENCE Festival, and more.
Currently, Keeyah is the Project Manager for award-winning R&B singer, songwriter LaTocha, best known as the vocal spotlight of the multi-platinum selling R&B group Xscape. In this role she manages the Made Girl account, LaTocha’s lifestyle brand and philanthropic efforts. In addition, she is apart of the team that launched Six4, LaTocha’s newest single that highlights her diverse vocal range. She also executed the Black Music Honors Urban Music Icon Award presented to Xscape commemorating the platinum selling quartet group’s 25 years in the music industry.
She was also just chosen to serve as the Chief PR + Events Officer of The Become Creative Agency An Award winning millenial run digital development agency Founded by Acclaimed Chef and Brand Strategist Ameer Natson.
Here is a list of recent event!
• The Legacy Center Grand Opening
• BET Hip Hop Awards, Credentials Production Associate
• Black Music Honors Urban Music Icon Award celebrating 25 years of Xscape, Segment Coordinator
• 25th ESSENCE Festival, Experiential Events Team
• Talent Logistics, 61st Grammy Awards
• Ticketing/Logistics for BET’s Special Events 2018 Black Girls Rock!
• Talent Escort for MTV Awards Performers: Shawn Mendez & Panic! At The Disco Strings, Horns, and BGV
• Assistant Stage Manager for 109th NAACP Convention
• Production Manager Assistant for 49th NAACP Image Awards
• Planned, executed, and managed logistics for the Annual Caravan of Kindness Goodwill Tour benefiting Philadelphia’s incarcerated, homeless youth, students and nursing home resident seniors with celebrity ambassadors: Xscape, Meek Mill, Bryshere “Yazz” Gray, Zonnique, Mo’ne Davis, Jermaine Dolly and more.
• BET Experience, Soul Train Awards, Urbanworld Film Festival (UWFF), American Black Film Festival (ABFF), ESSENCE Festival, in addition to several other notable productions as well.
Some of her recent accomplishments include being recognized by the Urban League of Union County Young Professionals with the 2018 YP Honors Award for Media and Communications and the Michele Michelle Scholarship Fund Award for Community Service. She is a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. where she serves as co-chair of the North Jersey Alumnae Chapter’s Dr. Jeanne L. Noble Delta GEMS Institute.