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Valisia LeKae is a multi-talented artist, actress, activist, and speaker whose boundless creativity and passion have left an indelible mark on the world of entertainment and advocacy.  Valisia Lekae, a dynamic performer with a captivating presence, has graced both stage and screen, enchanting audiences with her incredible range and emotional depth. With a string of notable roles in theater that have garnered her a Tony and Grammy nomination, she has brought characters to life in a way that resonates with the hearts of viewers worldwide.  Beyond her remarkable talents as an actress, Valisia is a passionate activist who has dedicated herself to essential causes, using her platform to effect positive change. Her commitment to social justice and humanitarian work has made her a respected voice for the marginalized and underserved.  Valisia's artistic pursuits extend even further, as she is also a gifted speaker whose language provokes thought and emotion. Her expressions, like her performances, speak to the human experience, igniting conversation and reflection. Furthermore, as an inspirational speaker, Valisia Lekae's words are as powerful as her presence on the stage. They carry the exact authenticity, depth, and charisma that have defined her other creative endeavors. Whether sharing personal stories or exploring societal issues, her words inform, inspire, and move listeners to action. Valisia Lekae is a true Renaissance woman, a talented actress, an unwavering activist, a gifted singer, and a purpose-driven humanitarian. Her work reflects a deep commitment to improving the world through the transformative power of art, service, and storytelling. An ovarian cancer survivor, Valisia continues to use her voice as an instrument of love and healing. She is currently engaged in postgraduate studies at Syracuse University, concentrating on Systems Thinking and Social Justice within the framework of Marriage and Family Therapy. She holds an undergraduate degree in Psychology from The University of Tennessee, Knoxville. She will make her Carnegie Hall debut with The New York Pops on March 15, 2024; click for tickets.
 

2010 - present
2010 - present
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