Episode 14: Kekely Dansouh

Episode 14: Kekely Dansouh

Kekely Dansouh, Faculty Assistant/Administrative Coordinator for CJI/Trial Advocacy Workshop Coordinator

In this episode, we learn of Kekely’s childhood.  She tells Edgar how she was born in Boston but lived for 18 years in Togo, where her family is originally from.  Kekely can speak French, English, Ewe, ad Mina (Togo’s native language).  She describes Togo as sunny with beautiful beaches and delicious food.  Kekely came back to the states to go to UMass Amherst.  After she graduated, she was looking for jobs at HKS, but ended up being hired for a position in FSS and HLS.  She now works for the Criminal Justice Institute and supports the Trial Advocacy Workshop.

Some fun facts about Kekely:

-Her favorite hobby is cooking.
-Her favorite place to visit is Aruba.
-Her favorite ice cream is ginger and chocolate from Crescent Ridge Farm.
-She loves African and Caribbean cuisine.

The goal of this podcast is to introduce folks to HLS staff members from across the community. You may recognize the names of some guests, and if you don’t, that’s okay!  We hope that you will tune in to learn more about your colleagues—what their role is, what makes them tick, and why they do the work that they do at HLS.  If you’re interested in being a guest, please let us know—we would love to hear your story. Our stories bring us together; we come from different backgrounds and serve all different roles, but our shared community at HLS unites us. Let us hear your story! 

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