Kearie Daniel is a Senior leader, community advocate, communications strategist and equity leader. Kearie has over 20 years experience leading inclusive media/communications and equity initiatives.
Kearie is a co-founder of Parents of Black Children and is also the founder and principal consultant at KAMA Communications, an Equity, Inclusion and Communications consulting firm, one of the only Communications Consulting firms in Toronto to anchor the frameworks of anti-oppression and anti-Black racism in all work.
Kearie has also led systemic change across multiple systems in the province of Ontario including the education and child welfare systems, where she led communications and community engagement for Phase II of the One Vision One Voice community initiative to address the overrepresentation of Black children in the child welfare system, at the Ontario Association of Children’s Aid Societies.
In 2017 Kearie created the Podcast and Blog, Woke Mommy Chatter, a space to combat the invisibilizing of the Black motherhood experience and to shed light on the Black parenting journey. Kearie writes about the Black motherhood experience for a variety of publications, including Today’s Parents, CBC Parent, Flare and Chatelaine. Kearie has delivered international anti-Black racism and equity trainings to parents looking to build and live anti-racist lives.
Kearie holds a BA(Hons) in Mass Communication and a Masters Degree in Broadcast Journalism. Kearie began her career as a Journalist working as a freelance associate producer and assignment editor for NBC News, London Bureau.