Photo by Jemima Yong


KEI FRANKLIN 

Kei (pronounced like a key) is a coach, facilitatorperformance-maker, and musician. Her work lives at the intersection of culture and the environment, and concerns questions of power, context, identity, and justice. 

Kei grew up in a lively family amidst the music of New Orleans, Louisiana, and in the mountains of Taos, New Mexico (USA) where she is currently building a strawbale timberframe house with her brothers.

She spent three years in eSwatini, and called Singapore home from 2013 to 2020. She was a scholar at the Waterford Kamhlaba United World College of Southern Africa in eSwatini, and graduated as part of the inaugural class of Yale-NUS College in Singapore.  


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