Shelli Reeves, “The Rise of Black Glenville” – Sunday, January 16, 2:00 pm
This program will be conducted virtually–CLICK HERE TO JOIN THE ZOOM SESSION.
Shelli Reeves has dedicated her life to breaking down barriers and building community. She uses innovative ways to start conversations about the impact of storytelling while focusing on community, society, and policy. Her activism has led her to do work within museums, media, and political campaigns.
Shelli is the Founder and CEO of Reframe History which is an organization dedicated to keeping stories alive through archiving the past, recording the present, and advocating for the future. Specifically, she does this by building a virtual African American Museum that is accessible through a mobile app where people can learn and share stories. She consults with large and small organizations to share stories that are not often highlighted. She ensures that each project she works on is focused on marginalized communities and influencing positive, but not always easy, change.
When she is not creating exhibitions and sharing stories, she is tending to her 27 plants and teaching yoga throughout Cleveland.