Knellee Bisram


Well-Being and Life Skills Specialist


Professional Development

Knellee has more than 25 years’ experience as a social sciences professor, trainer and consultant in program/curriculum design, professional development and co-creating resilient communities for people and planet. Knellee holds a Master of Arts degree in International Relations/Latin American Studies from Florida International University, a Bachelor of Arts degree in Languages from the University of the West Indies and Bachelor of Science degree in International Business from Florida Metropolitan University. She founded AHAM Education, a United Nations-accredited social investment NGO empowering youth and underserved individuals with evidence-based tools that cultivate presence, positivity and peace. She has consulted for international organizations, government agencies, private and non-profit entities.

A mainstay in the communities around her, Knellee is well recognized across counties. A community advocate for well-being and mental health, Knellee currently serves as co-chair of the Mind-Body Resilience Coalition, a sub-committee of the Children Services Council of Broward County, and a founding member of Broward County Public Schools’ Superintendent’s Mindfulness Initiative. In 2017, she was recognized as one of the 100 Outstanding Women of Broward by the Boys and Girls Clubs, and community leader by the Miami Girls’ Foundation. Knellee is a certified mindfulness instructor and peace ambassador. She is fluent in Spanish, French and Portuguese. She loves to travel and spend time with her family.