Kandace Keithley is a Toronto based writer who works with prophecies, global politics, traditional wisdom and medicine, and a teacher who shares her knowledge and experience with people through Bird Clan Messenger’s expanding social media network.
She is a descendant of Trail of Tears Cherokee and Shawnee people and homesteaders who together settled Oklahoma Territory where she grew up.
Kandace is a United States Marine Corps veteran and professional communicator with more than 35 years experience.
She has worked for Burson-Marsteller, NYC, OETA, Oklahoma’s statewide PBS network, and the US Marine Corps, Far East Network, Tokyo, and provided communications programs and services to numerous businesses and organizations in Toronto, Southwest Ontario, and North America including Labtician Thea, Memorial Restorations, Sacred Spaces Ontario, Gibson Greenwood Design, Knox Presbyterian Church , Knox College, Novartis Pharmaceuticals, Presbyterian Hospital of Oklahoma City, Christian blogger, The Reverend Mark Sandlin, Anishnawbe Health Toronto and the Anishnawbe Health Foundation.
Most recently, she has been working with a global coalition of whistle-blowers, researchers, investigative journalists and independent reporters to expose the corruption in the US and global political systems which has led to the bioterror attacks known as “Covid” and the attempted takeover of the US government.
Kandace has worked on three of the most powerful social media activism campaigns in the history of the internet: Standing Rock’s Water Is Life / NoDAPL action, Senator Bernie Sanders’ #FeelTheBern campaign, and the Q global military intelligence operation and MAGA movement that is still ongoing.
A lifelong follower of Jesus of Nazareth, she studied theology at the University of Toronto School of Theology and integrates Biblical Truth and Jesus’ teachings into her work. For more than a decade, Kandace has walked with and served the homeless and marginalized people on Toronto’s streets.
She holds a B.A. in Journalism and Mass Communications, a Master of Arts degree in History and Classics, and is a USMC Combat Correspondent trained at Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana in Public Affairs, Military broadcast journalism, and electronic news gathering.
Her scholarship focuses on the power and importance of women’s traditional labour, and her Master’s Thesis, Feeding Community: The Impact of Women’s Culinary Labour on the Great Plains Frontier is held in the Library of Canada and can be viewed online here.
To connect with Kandace, contact her here.
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