About KD Unlimited
KD Unlimited started with a spark of inspiration that came from years of fear, frustration, disappointment, and heartache. In 2004, Sergeant Dixon 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 twelve years, she has fought unsuccessfully to regain custody of her two children. For the first eight years, she sat brewing in depression and anxiety waiting for something to happen. That all changed, four years ago, Keisha decided to take control of her life and allow God to lead the way.
On this journey, she has been falsely labeled as a felon to an unfit mother by her abuser. Today Ms. Dixon is proud to say that she transitioned from Section 8 to homeless to homeowner. She is an International Bestselling Author for the book Life After War: Yes You Can. Keisha crossed paths with her amazing husband before resigning from the Department of Veteran Affairs. After 20 years and six schools, she earned her Bachelor's of Science in Business and started this operation to help other Female Veterans to be UNLIMITED.
Ms. Dixon tells her story of resilience to be an inspiration to others in similar fights. KD Unlimited is her first project and home of the She Deserves Collection. During her military career, she had the opportunity to work with 26 phenomenal women. To honor these women, she created the She Deserves Collection. Each design in the collection is named to honors each unlimited woman for her Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless-Service, Honor, Integrity, and Personal Courage.
Keisha has returned to school to earn her Master's Degree in Social Worker so that she may become a mediator, advocate, and activist for single-parent families. Keisha's mission begins with a specialty t-shirt collection that serves 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 is an advocate for child safety and is pushing to pass House Concurrent Resolution 72 to ensure children are safe during child custody cases. 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 single-parent families. The organization will be structured to focus on the families' physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, and economic needs by providing counseling to individuals and groups, as well as co-parenting skills, blended family unity, hot meals, tutoring, life skills for teens, groceries for families, and recreational activities for children, their parents, and grandparents.
For any questions please contact Keisha Dixon at:
37951 47th Street East, A7-104
Palmdale, CA 93552
661-562-6002 (Office Hours: M-F 10a to 2p pst)