Kenya T. Parham is a Los Angeles based consultant, specializing in political strategy and fundraising for local, state, and national candidates, elected officials, PACS, nonprofits and initiatives. Kenya's unique approach to developing effective impact strategies and coaching her clients in cultivating purposeful donor relationships sets her apart as a Millennial actively working to advance the interests of minorities and women from coast to coast. To date, she dotes an 87% win rate with electoral and initiative campaigns, and has raised over $3 Million for progressive candidates, elected officials and causes across the nation.
From her roots as a student organizer, Kenya has dedicated her life's work to empowering Millennials, women, underserved, and underrepresented communities across the country through donor activism and the civic engagement process. Kenya was recently acknowledged as an Emerging Leader Ambassador of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture and has proudly served on several local, statewide and national boards throughout her career. Her writings have been published and featured in various academic journals and online publications including: The Huffington Post, Global Grind, and The Psychology of Blacks: IV Edition, and her political commentary has been featured on local and national media outlets, including NPR, Voice of America, PBC and SiriusXM.
Policy AdvocacyFundraising SupportGovernment/Public AffairsCrisis ManagementCampaign Messaging
100 Black Men of Orange County - Irvine, CaliforniaAfrican American Voter Education ProjectRaise The Wage - Los Angeles, CA (2015)Citizens for Revitalizing the City of Champions - Inglewood, CA (2015)Karen Bass for Congress (2010, 2013)
Los Angeles County Federation of LaborBarack Obama for President (2012)Special Needs NetworkWorking CaliforniansThe Institute for Nonviolence in Los AngelesThe Social Justice Learning Institute