My name is Briyana Kelly, also known as “Billie Da Kidd” or “BK,” I’m a South Chicago native who’s passion and “ultimate hustler” mentality makes me a competitive game changer in the communication and media industry.
As a social entrepreneur and figure in media, I’m what you call a “Jack of all trades” and the true definition of media. I’m developing becoming a master in Communication through Scholarship . As an alumni of Illinois Center for Broadcasting now known as Illinois Media School, I’m one of the most fearless, driven, and innovative generalists Chicago has ever experienced. I am also an alumni of Olive Harvey College, one of the city colleges of Chicago. I’m currently a Graduate of Governors State University, for Dual Degrees; Class of 2017 & 2020; Associates and Bachelors. I'm a communications major, concentrating in advertising and public relations; global media and informational flow. Independently my concentration is urban culture and affairs; and art.
I strike conversations related to music (especially by Chicago’s own), economics, financing, and cultural subjects such as dating, fashion, beauty, travel, broad range of entertainment & arts with a personal touch of “BK’s” inspiration and wisdom.
As an inspirational voice with-in our community, experience as a hostess and bartender, I’m always showing my love for communicating and meeting new people. I’m rapidly making my way to the top, and slowly creating an impact on the world.
I offer boutique Communication Services, in the areas of: Public Relations (PR), Human Resources (HR), Research, Creative Strategies, Organizational Behavior (OB), Ethics, Press, Production, and Event services.
The Chicago Cultural Renaissance
I will creatively support urban people exploring and communicating the urban world’s perspectives, truths, and knowledge.
I will assist in transforming and transitioning the "African" diaspora from being lost to pure unity and discover true representation, and move culture forward.
I will create love and community by reaching out, inspiring, and communicating through Ma’at, making connections.
By the way, this is a developing page of information. I am acting as a point of contact to assist the direction of the communication using research; gathering resources; and creating a circulation of new energy that is innovating change for urban natives who are designated as minorities and aliens; being influenced by capitalism; cultivation; using cultural programs and projects to make connections using humanities; most definitely arts, music, and lots of love. Humanitarian work is a long term investment; so do not get into it expecting immediate results. It will come with short term benefits and value, for sure.