Articles by Koshia Silver
About Koshia Silver
Koshia Silver has been an Edmond resident since the mid-2000s. She is an experienced marketing and communications leader with a proven background in branding, strategic partnerships, and visual storytelling.
Koshia prides herself on creating corporate narratives that resonate with their audience and she approaches problems with innovative solutions. She loves a challenge.
Edmond resident Dr. Neil Chapman’s narrative is a tale that unfolds across history, art, and faith. From his days as a military code breaker during the Vietnam War to his transformation into a visionary photographer, Chapman’s path defies conventional expectations. His journey is not merely a collection of events; it is an exploration of the profound depths of the human spirit, a voyage that has left an indelible mark on his life and the lives of those who encounter his work.Read More
Who is Jude Stringfellow? I met Jude through LinkedIn, and ever since, her story has been like one of those accordion picture books. You know, the one in the cartoon that seems to never end but keeps you mesmerized—that’s Jude. Her story is nothing shy of mesmerizing. At the heart of it all, Stringfellow is…Read More
Have you ever thought about what it takes to be a leader, a true leader? When you think of leadership, who do you see? Do you see a politician, an activist, or a humanitarian? John Maxwell said, “The pessimist complains about the wind. The optimist expects it to change. The leader adjusts the sails.” Where…Read More
Sharina Perry, the Managing Partner at Utopia Genetics, has many nicknames, but “The Plant Lady” has proven to be a favorite. Perry is not a botanist and isn’t necessarily a green thumb. However, her desire for a better world—an economically stable world—is what drove her to invent a plant-based alternative to plastic. Utopia Plastix™ is…Read More
The death of George Floyd on May 25, 2020 ignited a conversation long overdue. It has sparked necessary dialogue between family, friends, and yes, businesses and their consumers. If you think things have “calmed down” or that people are beginning to “move on,” I have bad news, but this is not the time to opt…Read More
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