Keshee Dozier-Smith

Keshee Dozier-Smith. Image from rhmpi.com

Selma resident and Rural Medical Health Program CEO Keshee Dozier-Smith is one of eight honorees at the upcoming "Unleashed, A Philanthroparty" celebrating women in philanthropy. 

Formerly known as Smart Party, the event by The Women’s Fund of Greater Birmingham seeks to empower women economically through programs. In 2020, the Women's Fund raised more than $987,000 for this effort. 

Dozier-Smith is the founder of the nonprofit Black Belt Community Development Coalition as well as Prestige Consultancy LLC. She serves on several boards, including the Selma-Dallas County YMCA Board. 

Other honorees to be present are: Rebekah Elgin-Council, Nancy C. Goedecke, Liz Huntley, Kim Caudle Lewis, Ashley Robinett, Marta Mendes-Miguel Self, and Chandra Brown Stewart.

Click here to see bios of the honorees. 

Unleashed will be held on Saturday, Oct. 16 at Red Mountain Theater at 5:30 p.m. Tickets can be purchased here

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