Kela D. Hall, Sr. is the co-founder of KD Hall Communications, which has done work in corporate and government sectors. Kela is a leader in workforce development and women initiatives, including sexual harassment prevention. Kela also is an adjunct marketing and communications professor at Bellevue College and holds her own as a professional speaker, moderator, spokesperson, and special interest journalist. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication with a minor in Broadcasting Journalism, MBA, and Master in Adult Education- Leadership and Training.
Kela also co-founded KD Hall Foundation in 2015, which has programs across the corporate and private sectors and the community at large. As a result, Kela and the KD Hall team have been invited to the White House, received 20 proclamations, and successfully guided 60 students through an experiential internship for producing three Women on The Rise conferences as well as four Women’s History Month conferences.
Kela and David Hall have been married for 12 years and she is the mother of 4-year-old Kela Hall Jr. and 1-year-old Chase Hall. Balancing family, nonprofit and work is Kela’s passion.