Keyonna Jones Lindsay continues to be a leader in the arts and media communities in Washington, D.C. While serving as a news producer at WNEW, she received two Edward Murrow Awards for her achievements within the field. Congress Heights Arts and Culture Center.
The center has served as a place where those who live in the community can explore arts, crafts, fitness, and education.
Lindsay was recently honored by rolling out and Hilton during the “Learn It Live” event in Washington, D.C. Here is what she had to say about the honor.
“I’m completely blown away and I’m super excited to be honored by rolling out and Hilton,” she said. “First and foremost we are an art gallery, but we also do classes and workshops. We do summer classes, we’ve had book signings. We do yoga classes on Saturday mornings. Outside of that, we are a rental space. So if you want to do your own event, you can come and see us. I just want to thank you all for this. Our community knows what it means to try and give the best work so we definitely appreciate the support, the energy, and love.”
Other honorees at “Learn It Live” included, Lou Stovall, Preston Sampson, IBe’ Bulinda Crawley, and Joe Louis Ruffin Jr.