Adaptive Fashion, Entrepreneurship, and Chronic Illness: Conversations with Keisha Greaves

by Allie Cashel
Adaptive Fashion, Entrepreneurship, and Chronic Illness: Conversations with Keisha Greaves

This month as part of our Friends in the Fight interview series, Emily sat down with Keisha Graves, founder of Girls Chronically Rock.

Keisha lives with Limb-Girdle Muscular Dystrophy and, like Emily, she found her inspiration for Girls Chronically Rock while pursuing her masters degree and knows what is is like to be a young, female entrepreneur living with a chronic illness. She is also a motivational speaker and the Massachusetts State Ambassador for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA).

Keisha shared her story with Emily and spoke about their shared experience as young entrepreneurs, managing both their businesses AND chronic illnesses! Check out their full conversation below.

Thank you Keisha for sharing your story!

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