Aisha Adkins is a sought-after writer, speaker, and consultant who is passionate about building an equitable, inclusive, and comprehensive public health and care infrastructure using media, storytelling, and culture and policy change. She has written for or been featured in numerous media outlets, including Washington Post, New York Times, Blavity, Thrive Global, Yes!, Unladylike, The Black Expat, and Refinery29. Aisha is available for consults, speaking engagements, and op-ed requests on millennial caregiving, aging and the Black/African-American community, and dementia and cognitive impairment (from a non-clinical perspective). In her spare time, Aisha enjoys classic film and live music (pre-pandemic), and she plans to expand her knowledge and collection of tea in 2021 (suggestions are welcomed).

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Aisha Adkins

Aisha Adkins

Atlanta, GA, USA-based storyteller, care partner, and thought leader dedicated to amplifying and magnifying the stories of marginalized peoples.