If you do not see yourself reflected back, it really is a big lesson to our community that you do not matter. That you don’t matter enough for your story to be told. That’s the dangerous part, and that’s why it's an erasure of culture. We need representation in a really serious and big way.”- Eva Longoria
Isaiah is an actor and producer from the Washington D.C. area. Born to the youngest of four, Isaiah grew up as an avid reader, and competitive swimmer. Before attending college, Isaiah began studying with Arena Stage's devised theatre company, Voices of Now. Isaiah recently graduated with a B.F.A. in Acting, and a minor in Public Communications Studies from Syracuse University's Department of Drama and the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications as the recipient of the Sawyer Falk Award, and recognitions as an Our Time Has Come and Remembrance Scholar.
Currently based in New York City, Isaiah serves as the Director of Community Outreach and Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion for Grassroots Theatre Company. Isaiah continues to deepen their craft and appreciation for storytelling with the intent to create social change.