About KD Unlimited
KD Unlimited started with a spark of inspiration that came from years of frustration, disappointment, and heartache. Sergeant Dixon served for eight years in the California Army National Guard. In September 2004, she was deployed to Iraq for fourteen months. In November of 2005, she returned home only to be welcomed by life's warfare.
For the last eleven years, Ms. Dixon has fought tirelessly in the court to regain custody of her two children. For the first eight years, she was consumed by depression and anxiety, waiting for something to happen. That all changed in 2013 when Keisha decided to take control of her life and let God lead the way.
Today Keisha is proud to say that she transitioned from homeless to homeowner. She is an International Best Selling Author for her book Life After War: Yes You Can and Co-author of Bruised But Still Beautiful. Keisha also crossed paths with her amazing husband. Then, after 20 years and six schools, she earned her Bachelor's Degree in Business and started this operation.
Keisha Dixon is on a mission that began with a specialty statement t-shirt collection that helps to acknowledge, honor, and support FEMALE VETERANS around the world, who have defied social expectations by serving unapologetically to build a better self, family, community, and world.
Ms. Dixon tells her story of resilience as an inspiration to others in similar fights during life's warfare. KD Unlimited is her first project to make females in the military visible. During her military career, she had the opportunity to work with 26 phenomenal women. To honor these women, she created the She Deserves Collection. The collection honors each unlimited woman for her Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless-Service, Honor, Integrity, and Personal Courage.
Keisha is leading the way as a Servant Leader serving as a Family and Peer Support Specialist, Mentor for Homes 4 Families Palmdale, Public Affairs Committee Member for National Association Black Military Women (NABMW), Armed Services and Veterans Affairs Committee Member for NAACP Beverly Hills Hollywood Branch, DCFS/ Judicial Reform Committee Member with Community Coalition (Coco South LA), and Ad Hoc DV-Child Welfare Committee Member for Los Angeles County. She is also an Inspirational Speaker with WE DREAM LIVE and Sunday School Teacher at Living Praise Christian Church. Ms. Dixon is a member of Shoptalk Toastmasters (Past Secretary), National Association of Mental Illness (NAMI), Jackie Robinson Post 252, Legionnaire at American Legion Hollywood Post 43, Palmdale Chamber of Commerce (Past Chair of Membership), Black Business Women Network (BBWN), Antelope Valley Black Chamber of Commerce, Green Believers, Farmer Veterans Coalition, Veterans in Media and Entertainment (VME), Combat Female Veterans Families United, and Moms of Black Boys United (MOBB UNITED).
She is also an active participant with Coffee 4 Vets, Camouflage Sisters, LA Veterans Collaborative, Loma Linda VA Hospital, Mindful Warrior Project, Motivating the Masses, Women Vets on Point, Women N The Military, Women Organizing Women, Inc., REAL Voice for Women Veterans, Sepulveda VA Hospital, Crystal Stairs/ Community Voices, UCLA Veterans Family Wellness Center, US Vets-Long Beach, West LA VA Hospital, Antelope Valley U.S. Veterans Business Alliance (USVBA), Women Veterans Alliance and student at Antelope Valley College.
Ms. Dixon has plans to returned to school to earn her Master's in Social Work while advocating for child safety and pushing House Concurrent Resolution 72 to ensure children are safe during child custody and divorce proceedings. She is also an advocate for Mental Health, Healing, and Self-care. Keisha's goal is to open a non-profit organization that focuses on multi-generational parenting families. The organization will be structured to focus on the families' mental, physical, emotional, spiritual, and economic needs by providing counseling to individuals and groups to teach skills in co-parenting and fusing the blended family. As well as providing hot meals, tutoring, money management for all ages, life skills for teens, groceries for families, transitional housing, and recreational activities for children, their parents, and grandparents to grow as a unit.
37951 47th Street East, A7-104
Palmdale, CA 93552
661-562-6002 (Office Hours: M-F 10a to 2p pst)