London & Cairo – 5th March 2013 – Dr. Kenya Davis-Hayes, resident US Historian at California Baptist University, women’s rights advocate, and professor is the newest face of Past Preservers People.
Kenya’s strong academic background focuses on many topics, but her main emphasis is on women’s roles throughout history. Her love for this subject goes beyond academics; this is seen through her work for the Women’s Empowerment Foundation a non-profit organization that tries to educate, enrich and connect women to each other around the world. Kenya gives lectures on various topics including body image, women’s rights and international women’s issues for the foundation were she is a founding board member.
Her research has taken her around the world, where she has lectured about American popular culture at the National University of Rwanda, the Beijing Academy of Social Sciences and UNAM in Mexico City. She has also reported from the World Expo in Shanghai in 2010, where she wrote about the perception of the American presence in the US Pavilion for the University of Southern California.
Her travels have magnified her research about beauty; who defines it throughout history and why. Her magnetic nature, mixed with her personable attitude makes her stand out as someone who is indeed truly unique to Past Preservers.
Kenya is joining a group of fourteen experts that form Past Preservers People, a boutique, full service agency representing expert presenters from around the globe. The company is built around a small but diverse group of individuals that shares the passion and drive necessary for success in the highly competitive television and film industries.
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