by Positive Ways to Assist You in 2020 on May 03, 2020
Uganda-Native Akiiki Daisy Kabagarama migrated to the United States in 1982.
After completing her graduate education at Iowa State University, she re-located to Kansas.
She taught at McPherson College and Wichita State University before leaving to pursue seminary education at Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, D.C.
An ordained minister, her education includes a Bachelor of Social Work and Administration, Masters of Community and Regional Planning, Divinity and Theology.
Her doctoral degree is in Sociology.
Her many Awards include: “Promotion of International Friendship and Understanding” by Iowa State University, “Empowered Women in Wichita”, and “Warrior Women”.
Besides teaching higher education, she has served as Pastor at three churches, host of Cultural Diversity on the Kansas Public Television Station (Channel 8), and Interim Director of the Global Learning Center. Currently, she is an adjunct Professor of Dealing with Diversity and Women’s Studies at Wichita State university.
She also teaches Sociology at Butler County Community College and hosts the show “A Light from the Nile” at KSUN Radio in Wichita, Kansas.
A host on the Team, “Divas that care,” she is also the author of 13 books, including a 2019 publication of her grandmother’s story. “Where did My People Go?”
A poet, Storyteller and Drummer, her focus is on bringing out the best in people, breaking barriers that separate us, and healing our broken world.
She is a wife, a mother and grandmother.
Meet The Author
Divas That Care 1st Virtual Summit held on May 1, 2020. 16 amazing speakers participated in this event. Topics on Financial struggles, Business options, Stress Management, Nutrition, Mental health and Relationships.