Small in stature but mighty in activism, Tiknesia Beauford has been making her voice heard in her community for over 23 years. As a key speaker of the March for Black Women – Denver (09/29/18) she spoke against youth violence, sexual abuse, and deportation. She’s a forceful advocate of protecting women’s rights. In 2017 She helped organize and mobilize over 3,000 women from the Denver area, who attended the 2017 Woman’s March in Washington DC. In addition, she helped to build Colorado’s local Woman’s March organization.
Her activism spans a lifetime. She’s a member of the International Junior Chamber of Commerce serving as Englewood, CO Local President and State Membership Vice President for Colorado Junior Chamber of Commerce (1993 – 1996). In fact, she was the only African American to serve on the local and state levels of that organization’s 100-year history. She’s been an advocate for The Colorado Aids Project, Children Literacy Programs and Voter Rights Initiatives.
If that’s not enough, this active woman, hosts “A Public Affair” radio show which airs on KGNU 88.5 FM Radio from 8:30-9:00 AM the fourth Thursday of every month. Please make sure you tune in!!