Kyndra Joi is the
Executive Director of the non-profit I Am My Sister, is a Licensed Master Social Worker,
Cultural and Holistic Family Health Consultant, Certified Belief Therapist, Certified
Herbalist, Recording Artist, and Emcee. Kyndra has earned a Master of Social Work
degree from Illinois State University and has over 16 years of experience in the
community servicing children and families.
Born and raised in Charleston, South Carolina, Kyndra is affectionately known as
“Gullah Gal” in the community and actively educates and creates awareness of the
Gullah culture through her interactive workshops of language, dance, and song.
In addition, when not imparting light with the community, she and her band, Soul
Theory are bringing a clap to your hand a groove to your feet with their sultry mixture of
Funk and Soul. Kyndra and this dynamic group have performed with musical greats
such as Kermitt Ruffins, Davell Crawford, Charmaine Neville, and Dr. Michael White
just to name a few. Kyndra serves as a vocal instructor for a Girl Jazz Camp in New
London, CT and is an avid fan of the Golden Girls!