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Titilé Keskessa
Advocate, Refugee Empowerment Program


Born in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia in 1972, Titile Keskessa moved to Memphis, TN in 1987 evacuated by her parents to avoid being sent to war as a teenager. She attended Germantown High School and received a Bachelor degree from the Univers ity Of Memphis.

A strong advocate of diversity and immigrant rights, Titilé involves herself in mentoring students that relocated to the United States as refugees. Her interests focus on the equality of good education afforded to students regardless of their race and origin, and her current projects include working with the Refugee Empowerment Program.

Titilé Keskessa currently lives in Memphis, TN, is married to Kabneh Hailemariam and they are raising two children, son Aamen 8 and daughter Madaan 6.


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