Beverly Graham has recorded 8 full-length albums with compelling vocals and true to life lyrics. As the Founding Director of the largest Outdoor Meal Provider program for the homeless in Washington State, Beverly has used her music to feed the hungry and raise awareness. In 1997 she received the National American Institute of Public Service Jefferson Award for her humanitarian work, was inducted as an international Giraffe in 1998, honored as the Woman of Distinction in 2001, received the 2002 Seattle Mayors End Hunger Award, and is a 2004 Thomas C. Wales Foundation Honoree.
Featured on the Hallmark station, Beverly is a gifted storyteller and a dynamic performer with immense positive energy, insight and vision. Her music lingers with you long after her performance is finished. An article by Dan Fuller states;standing less than five feet tall, she is a giant to thousands of people who have been touched by her talent and compassion?.
Beverly Graham has been a creating and performing artist/musician since the age of fifteen, and has recorded eight full-length albums. Her music is poignant, thought provoking, and sometimes just plain fun.
Beverly has extensive experience in sacred settings including the house of healing, death and rebirthing.
As a Sound Practitioner, Beverly, combines her skills as a Shaman and Empathetic Intuitive utilizing several healing modalities in Vibrational Synchronized Resonance
Therapy©. Beverly also provides corporate presentations
seminars, workshops, and retreats on Service Leadership and non competitive team building.
As the Founding Executive Director of the largest Outdoor
Meal Provider program for the homeless and food insecure in
Washington State, Beverly has used her music to feed the hungry, raise awareness, volunteers, and much-needed funds as an inspirational speaker andperformer.
OPERATION: Sack Lunch has served more than 2 million
meals since 1989. Beverly is the 1997 Washington State recipient of the prestigious National American Institute of Public Service "Jefferson Award" for her humanitarian work.
In 1998 she was inducted as a "Giraffe" in The Giraffe Project, an international program that recognizes people around the world who "stick their necks out for the common good". Beverly was honored as the "Woman of Distinction
for 2001, received the 2002 "Seattle Mayors End Hunger
Award", and is a 2004 Thomas C. Wales Foundation Honoree. She has received several other community based awards and nominations for service, inspiration, and as a peacemaker. Beverly is a 2006 invitational graduate of
the Seattle University's Executive Leadership Program and has composed the theme songs used by the Moyer Foundation and Boeing Employees Community Fund. Featured on the Hallmark Station, Beverly is a gifted storyteller and a dynamic performer with immense positive energy, insight and vision. Her work in the community
on service leadership, team building, and embracing diversity, is moving and stimulating. Her music, humor, and passion for all of life, linger with you long after her performance is finished. She has an enormous ability to
embody being love in action.
An article by Dan Fuller states; "standing less than five feet tall, she is a giant to thousands of people who have
been touched by her talent and compassion". www.beverlygraham.com