Alanah Nichole Davis

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About the speaker

Alanah Nichole Davis (29) is a mother of two, writer, curator, and performance artist from The Bronx NY, based in Baltimore City. Her written works have been published in Baltimore Magazine, Baltimore Business Journal, BmoreArt, Technical.ly, Baltimore Times and her contributions to the community have been bolstered several times in The Baltimore Sun. She is a current candidate for her Master of the Arts in Social Design at Maryland Institute College of Art where she is set to graduate this year in 2021. She was admitted on scholarship for her merit, as well as she was awarded the Leslie King Hammond Scholarship to this University for her outstanding community engagement and cultural contributions across many sectors in Baltimore.

Davis has performed and spoken at universities and venues including John’s Hopkins University, Coppin State University, Baltimore’s City Hall. Reginald F. Lewis Museum + many more and has been featured on WYPR, Baltimore’s NPR station, FOX 45, and WJZ channel 13.

She is a Warnock Foundation Fellow Alumna, A 2020 recipient of grants or recognition for her artistic and philanthropic contributions to Baltimore amid the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond from The Soze Foundation, Art On The Vine Foundation, Awesome Bmore Foundation, Shades Collective, National Black Arts Fund + more. She has produced and contributed to inaugural small and large scale events in her city with major brands like Ben & Jerrys, and Red Bull. She currently sits on the advisory boards for Charm Literary Magazine, Bmore Empowered, and Baltimore Orchard Project.

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