Senior Account Executive
As a lifelong performer, Kimaya Diggs knows that it’s essential to captivate your audience the moment you step onstage.
At West Wing Writers, Kimaya helps major brands to influence and inspire their audiences across the globe — and to communicate effectively about some of today’s most exciting technological innovations.
Kimaya graduated from Swarthmore College, where she studied creative writing and opera, and received the Morrell-Potter Award in Creative Writing. In 2017, she received the Callaloo Fellowship in poetry, and headlined the Emily Dickinson Museum’s Tell It Slant Poetry Festival in 2020.
Her writing has been published in Malarkey Books, Meat for Tea, Cavalletto, Princeton’s Rainy Day, FreezeRay, and more. She has served as a contributing writer for several TV shows, short films, podcasts, and libretti.
Prior to joining West Wing Writers, Kimaya worked as a tech startup content writer, a music teacher, and a hospice music therapist.
Kimaya lives in Western Massachusetts with her husband, her greyhound, and way too many houseplants.