Since June 1, 2020 Keziah Glow has served as WHCR’s News Director. She has worked on WHCR-90.3FM for over 10 years as host and producer of a community affairs show called Harlem 411 and a recently added holistic health show called Lighthouse Conversations. On both shows she has interviewed educators, politicians, community leaders and holistic health practitioners. Her love of broadcasting developed when she worked at Bloomberg News for five years through a Phipps Neighborhoods Internship.
Glow’s wealth of experience in community organizing, social work and holistic health, is what she draws on to cover news stories from the perspective of disenfranchised communities.
As a case worker for over ten years, she worked for Narco Freedom and other non-for-profit organizations that support people who suffer from homelessness and substance abuse. She worked in the Department of Education with children with special needs for eight years and continues to mentor them as young adults.
As a community organizer, she is currently on the Board of Directors for Bronx Care Health Systems and Bronx Community Board 3. She is President of the South Bronx Emergency Network and President of The Girls Project and has received a Special Congressional Recognition for Service to the Community.
Holistically, she is a Reiki Level II Master, which is the study of energy healing. She is also a Young Living essential oils distributor.
Glow has a bachelor’s degree in psychology and is currently working on a master’s degree in social work at Fordham University.