Kayah Alexandra Franklin

Dancer, Actor and Voice Over Artist The Walt Disney Company

A native of Sacramento, California, Kayah Alexandra Franklin was inducted into the Horatio Alger Association in 2008 as a National Scholar before attending Howard University in Washington, D.C., where she received her BFA in Theater Arts & Dance with a minor in Print Journalism. While at Howard, Kayah was selected to develop and showcase her choreographic work “3.60” under the tutelage of Camille A. Brown, providing a platform that lead to her choreographing the 2011 production of For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When The Rainbow is Enuf, directed by LA Williams.

Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA), Dance Arts 2008 - 2012
Master of Business Administration - MBA, Arts, Entertainment, and Media Management 2017 - 2019
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Recent Posts

Episodes - The Road to the Dallas 100

The Road to the Dallas 100: Improving

Daniel Litwin - July 28, 2023

Fasten your seatbelts and gear up for an exciting ride on The Road to the Dallas 100! Brought to you by the collaborative efforts of Daniel Litwin, the resonating voice of B2B, along with MarketScale and SMU's Cox School of Business, we dive deep into the inspiring narratives of Dallas' fastest expanding enterprises.

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Fans First

Pre-Game: Normal Gets Normal Results

Jesse Cole - June 13, 2020

The Savannah Bananas are a baseball team but owner Jesse Cole knows they arent in the baseball industry. Theyre in the Fans First Experience industry.

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