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The Curvy Revolution with KeKe Dillard

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Named one of Detroit’s most influential people under 30 Keke Dillard , The Curvy Revolutionista, is a Entrepreneur, Philanthropist, Motivational Speaker, Womens’ Advocate, & Award Winning Celebrity Event Producer. The marketing and branding guru Keke Dillard, a native Detroit-er, started off at the tender age of 16 developing small community websites for classmates in high school. Those small websites caught the big eye of California based marketing company PQ Enterprises who offered Ms. Dillard a career in the fast paced marketing industry producing marketing campaigns for high end e-commerce companies. Ms. Dillard’s uncanny ability to build up brands caught the attention of notables in her industry which lead to a 5 year span of working with various actors, actresses, models, performers, and celebrities in mainstream media. The work in mainstream media was a dream come true for Ms. Dillard but the lack of seeing more women like herself in various projects tugged at her heart strings. Keke Dillard, being a plus size women her self, struggled with working in a industry that included very few plus size women. In 2005 Keke created a organization called “Full Figures” that now 5 years later is the largest organization in the world dedicated to plus size women. Various projects has spanned from this creation including a plus size modeling agency “House of Curves”, an international empowerment convention “The Curvy Revolution”, a pageant “Miss Curve”, and several programs all dedicated to enrich the lives of plus size women so Ms. Dillard can see other women like herself in any aspects of her endeavors. Today Keke Dillard lives in the metro Detroit area managing her various plus size entities, producing high profile events, and continuously managing marketing and branding for various clients such as the United Nations Association of America.