ABOUT KKZ

About

Our Accomplishments

  • Over 1 million views on YouTube, KiDoodle.tv , and Sensical.tv.
  • Expansive media coverage including CTV, CBC, and Global TV <<link to Media Page>>
  • Proud to hire a local cast and crew, produced in Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  • Calgary Black Chambers Achievement Award
  • Shaw Rocket Fund Recipient - Production: Digital Stream
  • Government of Canada Black Led Organization Grant Recipient
  • Calgary’s Top 20 Calgarians (Calgary Herald 2020)
  • Growing social media presence on all major platforms
  • Promotion of inclusion, cultural diversity, community, and self-love including Black History, Indigenous peoples, Pride, and more
  • Combination of live-action, puppetry, animation, and special effects
  • Timeless, evergreen concepts with a modern cultural twist
Kwenku - A great horned owl with an eye for fashion and flair, he prides himself on his logic, charming wit and silliness.

Our Mission

To ignite the imagination of every child and parent on the planet and empower them to gain knowledge through our instruction—delivered with warmth, friendliness, and creativity.

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Adjoa - She’s an African grey parrot who’s got spark and attitude, who loves science, nature and singing!

Our Vision

To be a trusted, reliable and top educational source for children, to inspire a generation of transformational leaders to be pillars in their respective communities.

Our Principles

Media

Kujo’s Kid Zone has received a lot of media support and viewership domestically and internationally.

Host Randy Quansah (Kujo) is available for in-studio or virtual interviews as a subject matter expert on culture, community and unity in children’s television and learning. Contact us for your next story!

SPONSORSHIP and PARTNERS
Support Kujo's Kid Zone in launching fun, adventurous learning online. Your support helps us produce more shows and events!

As a community sponsor or individual supporter of Hey, Kujo!, you will feel good knowing you are helping our team produce safe, whole-child programming that is culturally unique, inclusive, and pedagogically strategic.Your support also helps us cover production costs to produce more episodes and live or virtual events. This ensures our team stays together and continues the confidence our viewers have in our characters.

Your donation of sponsorship also helps us spread the word about our show on Social Media to places far and wide, helping to build viewership while promoting your products and services.

Find ways that you can support and be a part of the Hey, Kujo! community by viewing our Sponsorship Flysheet

Advisory Board

We have invited experienced, respected and culturally diverse subject matter experts across Canada to be a part of our volunteer board of professional advisors. They provide direction and subject matter advice in Early Childhood Education, Child Psychology, Science, Social Work, Health, Language (including signing), Indigenous Life and Cultural Studies, Finance, and Business.
Current Board members include:


Tami Ilkuf-Osmak
Sign Language Interpreter at FLIC Interpreting, Empower Deaf & Hard of Hearing Services, Deaf & Hear Alberta

Michael Manzano
Community Liaison Officer at Bow Valley College

John McConomy
Former Storyboard Editor for Sesame Street Canada

Agnes Pai
Executive Director Calgary Study Abroad Ltd.

Natacha P. Pennycooke
Award-Winning Psychotherapist

Stella Reid
Parent/Nanny Coach, author, former cast member of Nanny 911

Henna Viertio
Practicum Supervisor, Early Childhood Education at Lethbridge College

Allison (Mckenzie) Williams
Family Coach Specialist

Robert Wong
former Chief Strategy Officer, Sony Group Corporation,
Sony Entertainment Group

Ready to chat with us?

Fill out our contact form or send us an email at hello@kujoskidzone.com