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"The best way to get to know someone is to hear their story." – The Connection Curator

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About


"The best way to get to know someone is to hear their story." – The Connection Curator

Keisha Mabry | The Connection Curator

Keisha Mabry | The Connection Curator

Her Story: Keisha Mabry is an author, speaker and social entrepreneur on a mission to change the world one connection at a time. She has been featured on National Public Radio, the Nine Network, Fox 2 News, NextStepU, The Business Journal and Blavity for her work in personal branding and networking – or as she likes to call it – connecting. Pretty soon she will be featured on TED.com for her upcoming TED talk Hello – A Bridge to Friendships, Relationships, Good Health and Good Wealth.

In addition, Keisha is a lecturer at the Washington University, a contributor for the Huffington Post and Watch the Yard, and her new book Hey Friend: 100 Ways to Connect with 100 People in 100 Days is a movement to make the world friendly again -- or at the very least friendlier than it’s ever been. It’s a must-read, a fun read and the ultimate guide to teaching people how to meet new peeps. Keisha believes that by connecting people to people and people to resources she can increase movements, access, communication and progress to get the right people in the right seats to end inequality.

Our Story: The Connection Curator is a connection agency with ONE GOAL "change the world one connection at a time."  We are a group of wooers, doers and social influencers committed to genuine, authentic relationships.  Connect with us and we will equip you with the confidence, charisma and communication expertise needed to succeed. The icing on the cake, Keisha Mabry is the founder and Chief Executive Friend and she has 10+ years of connection curation and cultivation experience. 

100 leaders in 100 days: Keisha graduated from college on a journey to find herself.  She met with dozens of leaders about life, leadership, service and happiness.  She listened intensively, took extensive notes and used their guidance to create the person she wanted to be.  100 friends in 100 days: a year after graduation Keisha moved to a new city and didn’t know a soul.  BUT, she did have a goal.  Make 100 friends in 100 days and that’s exactly what she did.  100 co-workers in 100 days: with Keisha's new role came a new goal – meet 100 co-workers in 100 days – she met more than 200.  100 customers in 100 days: when Keisha started her agency you guessed it; she connected with 100+ customers in 100 days.

You don't have to be obsessed with meeting 100 people in 100 days like Keisha, BUT you do need to be obsessed with connections, BECAUSE connections are the key to personal and professional success.  Are you transitioning?  New you, new goal, new grad, new role, new start-up, new state, new career, new mate?  Let us help you curate connections to feel Zen, get In, earn Wins and make FRIENDS!  Learn more here @ our books and here @ our services.