If the current biography of Khiara Johnson could be summarized in one sentence it would simply be, “through Christ, she believed she could, so she did”.
As a professional creative, Khiara’s talents and skills know no limits. She has enjoyed a seasoned career in radio broadcast in which she most recently performed as an executive producer of a political talk program in Richmond, Virginia.
Hailing from Chesapeake VA, she is a Mass Communications General Broadcast graduate of Norfolk State University. It is there where she began as an eager intern of the university’s well-known radio station WNSB and worked her way up to the position of Public Affairs Program Producer and host of Hampton Roads Voices, a prominent weekly call-in program; as well host & producer of the Kickstart with Khilo, the station’s daily headline morning show. During her tenure with the station she was blessed with the Trailblazer of the Year award of 2017 and recognized as one of the honorees of The Lighthouse Project’s Millennials Making a Difference.
She most recently is a published author of a book that speaks to the hearts of Christian creatives who've been commissioned to do something extraordinary for the kingdom of God and change the trajectory of the industry they're called to trailblaze entitled Side Effects of the Called Creative.
She currently serves as Founder and CEO of Khilogram Productions (KGP), an all-inclusive creative production agency that helps businesses, brands and entities execute their creative initiatives via consulting and creative direction in the specialty areas of special events, branding, and digital media. Khiara by way of KGP has managed the creative identities and brands of a variety of entities like Marlon Sellers, Zelda Lewis Ministries, Norfolk State University's NYTHC (Not Your Typical Homecoming), The Black Alumni Ball, and many more.