SPPA Alumna Keisha Blair (MAPA, 2002) recently published a book by Catalyst Books called Holistic Wealth: 32 Life Lessons to Help You Find Purpose, Prosperity and Happiness to be released on November 5. Through this book, she has had the opportunity to explore issues such as gender equality and diversity and through her professional life she has gained knowledge and experience working on many issues.
About the Book:
Imagine a life where you are financially savvy and independent, living with purpose and generosity while inspiring others. Holistic Wealth will teach you to master these tenets of a happy and joyful life, giving you a greater sense of wholeness and resilience in times of difficulty.
By expanding on the teachings shared in her viral article My Husband Died at 34. Here Are 40 Life Lessons I Learned From It, author Keisha Blair presents revolutionary strategies that will help you find balance and success. By following actionable, comprehensive steps from experts in a wide array of fields, this engaging book will guide you on your path to serenity.
Holistic Wealth teaches you how to find prosperity in key aspects of life, from financial stability and physical health to your emotional and spiritual connections with others. Cultivating these strengths will build the mental toughness and grit you need to weather life’s inevitable storms and setbacks.
Keisha Blair is a trained Economist, with extensive experience in the public, private, and not-for-profit sectors. She started her career working on economic development projects sponsored by the World Bank and Inter-American Development Bank. She was a senior economist working in economic development and corporate finance, working on several federal budgets. She was part of the Prime Minister’s delegation to the World Economic Forum in 2018 as well as the East-Asia (ASEAN) Summit in Singapore in 2018. She is a graduate of the Executive Leadership Program at Harvard University’s John. F Kennedy School of Government. Keisha received an MA in Public Administration from Carleton University in 2002. She lives with her family in Ottawa, Canada.