WHO WE ARE
Kwanice L. Jackson
Kwanice Jackson is the Executive Assistant to Founder & President Dr. Joia Crear-Perry for the National Birth Equity Collaborative (NBEC).
She is a highly motivated professional with fifteen years of past experience in three federal agencies, having worked directly under various Secretaries and Deputy Secretaries, and is ardent about public health and community engagement. Kwanice has held a variety of administrative roles in federal institutions, as well as in the entertainment industry, including appearing as a co-host on several DCTV (a cable prime-time network) segments called Style Access about fashion, titled “Holiday Ready Fashion” and “Spring Into Summer,” in Washington, DC, and has served as the head wardrobe stylist for three-time GMA Dove Award winner Anthony Brown & Group therAPy, as well as an intern stylist to celebrity stylist Shun Melson on behalf of Real Housewives of Atlanta reality star Attorney Phaedra Parks, and Tameka “Tiny” Harris (member of R&B group Xscape).
Kwanice is a Washington, DC, native, mother, and owner & CEO of Grandeur No.18, LLC, who has an idiosyncratic eye for fashion and interior design; and loves music and romantic movies.