Who is Kiki Francois?
KiKi Francois is a writer, poet, rhetorician, disciple, and Theo-activist. She graduated from Wheaton College in May of 2019 with a degree in Communication with a concentration in Rhetoric and Culture.
During her undergraduate career, Kiki was the event coordinator for the William Osborne Society (Black Student Union) for two years. During her senior year Kiki was the student Chaplain of Leadership and Development, cultivating an 8 member team of service. She was one of two students on the Spiritual Formation Task Force board helping to implement a 50-year unifying spiritual formation plan for the college. Kiki also contributed to the hiring of Wheaton College’s first Chief Intercultural Engagement Officer: The position includes deepening ethnic diversity, promoting racial reconciliation, and advancing intercultural understanding on campus.
She is currently pursuing her Master’s of Divinity at Candler School of Theology at Emory University. Her focus includes Theology & Ethics with a Baptist Studies certificate. Kiki is the Deputy Vice President of External Affairs. She is a Carpenter Scholar; a scholarship given to students for community engagement and social transformation.