Hey, It’s Ahsante
Ahsante is a video producer, multimedia storyteller, and all-around creative.
On her YouTube channel “Ahsante the Artist” she makes videos on personal development, social awareness, and self care that inspire her audience to move consciously and creatively through life. She is dedicated to uplifting marginalized voices, with videos covering intersectionality, allyship, and highlighting the experiences of women of color. Ahsante has been a featured creator at VidCon, the largest international conference for online video, and is a 2018 YouTube NextUp winner. She has produced content for Microsoft, WNET, and VSPINK, among others. Her work has been featured in The Washington Post, Buzzfeed, MSNBC, The Root, and in the Museum of the Moving Image.
Ahsante currently works full-time as Associate Director of Programming at PBS Digital Studios. In her role she focuses on editorial and content development for a slate of 20 educational online video series including It’s Okay to be Smart, Physics Girl and The Art Assignment. Ahsante is the creator and executive producer of Say It Loud, a PBSDS series celebrating Black history, culture, and achievement. Prior to PBS she worked in Children’s Programming at WGBH, and as a Multimedia Storyteller at the global design firm IDEO.
Ahsante holds a B.A. in Film & Video from Harvard University. She’s currently based in Washington, D.C. She is active across social media; you can follow her there to keep up with her adventures.