Before coming to Emerge, Kisha worked for the Department of Transportation as a Staff Assistant to the CFO of Budget and Policy. Kisha Town has also worked for the Department of Veterans Affairs and served as a Staff Assistant/Analyst for Applied Informatics ...Read more
Before coming to Emerge, Kisha worked for the Department of Transportation as a Staff Assistant to the CFO of Budget and Policy. Kisha Town has also worked for the Department of Veterans Affairs and served as a Staff Assistant/Analyst for Applied Informatics Deployment (AID) by providing administrative support.
Kisha was a contract analyst with the FBI in the Criminal Intelligence Division for five years. Kisha worked as an Executive Assistant to the Deputy of the International Narcotics Law Enforcement Agency for the Department of State. After only a year, she was promoted to an Intelligence Analyst. With a budget of 3.5 million, she helped develop programs to combat drugs for her assigned countries; Singapore, Cambodia, and Bangladesh. Kisha would visit each country as a US Diplomat and meet with Diplomatic Officials, Mayors, and the Chief of Police. At the same time, Kisha was also on the SouthEast Asia team to help end the sex slave trade of women and children.
Kisha is a Veteran of the US Army, where she served 8 years during Desert Storm. In 1995, Kisha was discharged from the US Army with honors. Since then, she has worked as an Analyst contractor for the US Secret Service, FBI in the Child Pornography Victim Assistance (CPVA) program, CID (Criminal Intelligence Division for the Department of Army), and Home Land Security for BAE Systems. Kisha has an Associate’s Degree in Business Administration and is also a licensed Bartender for over 10 years.
In her spare time, Kisha loves spending time with her two grandchildren, Antonio Jr (5 years old) and Rylee (7), her children Antonio (29) and Brittany (24), and other family members/friends. Kisha enjoys reading, mentoring, attending church, cooking, eating, dancing, laughing, shopping, traveling, DIY projects, attending professional sports games, going to see live bands, comedy shows, and movies.Read Less