Nia Grace

Nia GraceNia Grace is the Marketing and Community Outreach Director for Boston Neighborhood Network Television. Nia comes to the Boston Cultural Council with over 10 years of experience managing and designing awareness initiatives for civic and social events, causes and services.

A graduate of the University of Miami, Nia has had the opportunity to work on various projects with TEDx Roxbury Women, MTV, Russell Simmons, HBO Def Poetry, BET Comicview, U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs, Volunteers of America, the AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts, and colleges and universities nationwide.

A native Bostonian, Nia’s ambitions have taken her work to Miami, New York, San Francisco, Atlanta and back home again.  As a seasoned special event and wedding planner, Nia has executed a variety of highly sophisticated events for institutions of higher learning, couples in love and leading non-profit organizations.  Her professionalism and passion produce unforgettable occasions with special attention paid to the finest of details.

Throughout her career, Nia has sought employment and stood behind causes that allow her to live her life as a change agent.  Realizing that every action, even those that seem minute, can have a tremendous affect and influence on the world, Nia has found inspiration in the following notion:

I am only one, but still I am one. I cannot do everything, but still I can do something; and because I cannot do everything, I will not refuse to do something that I can do.”
~ Helen Keller

In her spare time, Nia enjoys singing, cooking, traveling and volunteering for various causes.

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