Kunya C. Rowley
Founder & Artistic Director 

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A South Florida native, Kunya Rowley is a community, social impact, and artistic leader. He is the founder and Artistic Director of Hued Songs, a non-profit that celebrates Black culture through artistic experiences, as well as the Music Access, Arts, & Culture Manager at The Miami Foundation, leading the Foundation’s effort on making music education & the arts more accessible and equitable in Greater Miami.

Kunya is a graduate from The University of Florida and is an alum of New World School of the Arts’ opera program.  In 2017, Kunya was the recipient of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation’s Knight Arts Challenge grant, which propelled the founding of Hued Songs. Since its founding, Hued Songs has gone on to produce performances across South  Florida, providing a platform on which Black & Brown artists can be seen, heard, and paid and working to remove community barriers to arts access. He is a member of the NAACP Miami-Dade chapter, as well as the GMCVB LGBTQ Tourism Advisory Committee. Through his work, Kunya seeks to build community through music and to be a conduit for accessible arts across a multi-cultural platform.

Brittney Rollerson
Creative Assistant
 

Brittney Rollerson

Brittney is a musician, journalist and creative assistant. Being born in North Philadelphia amongst a family of musicians allowed Brittney to foster her adoration for performing arts. From age 9, she grew her love for singing by performing in countless showcases throughout her childhood and beyond. Now, with a B.A in Communications Studies and Public Relations, Brittney infuses her passions for music with her love for social media management and creative writing.  

             

Wanda Carreras
Program Associate
 

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Wanda Carreras is a Cuban-American designer based in Miami, FL. Wanda's design background informs her current work in freelance design, digital-marketing, copywriting, and working in creative/administrative roles for local non-profits. Thinking, communicating, and solving problems creatively is the foundation that she thrives on. Wanda is also an avid roller-skater, music-lover, and certified yoga teacher. She is a passionate person with the intention to inspire others into more playful, dreamier spaces within themselves.