Born and raised in Atlanta, GA, the backdrop for the nation's struggle for equality, Kezia discovered the inherent power of music to aid in life's conflicts, and personally experienced that God is able to exchange "beauty for ashes".
Growing up, as a pastor's daughter, she cultivated her God-given gift as part of the worship services and special events in the church and community. Her parents intentionally named her "Kezia" from the Bible (Job 42:14) which means "spicy". They say it fits her because she exudes thoughtfulness, enthusiasm, and joy. Kezia's music is a fitting accent for the sweet seasoning needs of the soul.
As an educator, "Dr. K" as she is affectionately called by her students, passionately challenges and inspires teachers and students alike to use their sweet and savory diverse backgrounds and experiences to reach their highest potential and to help others do the same.
Now, as the wife of a U.S. Army Chaplain, extra "spice" has been added by her last name, "Curry". Because of the unique life of a military family, Kezia's music, message, and mentoring spirit gives her many opportunities to use her talents to uplift and encourage hearts around the world. Regardless of rank, race or religion, her music has something for everyone.