Rozella the Creator

Rozella Kennedy is the creator of Brave Sis Project. She uses story, art, learning, and celebration to build cultures and communities of inclusion, cooperation, dignity, joy, and wellbeing.

Rozella Kennedy is a thought-leader, author and content creator specializing in equity, intersectional women’s history and storytelling as a tool for change.

She founded Brave Sis Project in 2019, publishing the world’s only guided journal and day-planner honoring BIPOC women in US history and creating events and facilitations supporting authentic allyship.

She is also the author of the acclaimed book Our Brave Foremothers: Celebrating 100 Black, Brown, Asian, and Indigenous Women Who Changed the Course of History (Workman, 2023). Her publications and social media platforms have reached thousands of readers and engagers in over a dozen countries on six continents. 

Rozie also serves as Director of Impact and Equity for global strategic advisory firm Camber Collective, helping support equitable practices within the humanitarian, development, philanthropic, and social impact sectors.

The Practice

Brave Sis Project aims to move people—you and those you know—away from performative postures and towards a joyful and sustainable practice of creating aware, authentically inclusive and caring communities. Or to put it more directly: just being a better person and co-citizen of this world.

Contact me at to learn more regarding speaking, teach-ins, and other events available through Brave Sis Project.