Christian Ntong is a software engineer, photographer and founder of Aklave. Aklave is a location based social app where Africans meet to share information and find meaningful relationships.
May is Mental Health Awareness month. In this episode we invite our previous guest, Tabitha Kaguri, who is a practicing Therapist and a PhD candidate to talk about challenges faced by individuals dealing with mental illness and what those around them can do to help. Mental illness is not something that is talked about in the immigrant or diaspora communities but recently the trend is changing by young people taking up the mantle of addressing this and fighting to remove the stigma that has hindered people from seeking help.
Tabitha is founder and CEO of the Edja Foundation (edjafoundation.org)that has a mission of combating child abuse, sexual assault and domestic violence in Sub-Saharan Africa.
One of the many things that unite us as human beings is our love for delicious food. In this episode, we take a candid look at what it took for Paul Ofwono to transfer that passion and dream into a reality. Read More
Goshen Carmel is a passionate Filmmaker/Photographer based in Denver, Colorado.
With a heartfelt story hailing from D.R.Congo, Goshen moved to Denver, Colorado in 2010 with his three siblings. Goshen had a dream to become a professional soccer player when he first moved to Denver, Colorado and becoming a visual storyteller never crossed his mind. Read More
Martine is an speaker, author, Huffington Post blogger and Managing Principle of Martine Kalaw Enterprises, LLC that offers professional development, management and overall training consulting to start-ups, government and fortune 500 organizations.
Andrena Sawyer is the Founder and President of P.E.R.K. Consulting, an advisory firm for small to mid-sized nonprofits and businesses.
Originally from Freetown, Sierra Leone, she and her family moved to the United States when she was nine years old due to the Sierra Leonean civil war. She now credits her family’s move for her interest in human triumph and perseverance.
Rahama Wright is a social entrepreneur and the Founder and CEO of Shea Yeleen.
“Established in 2005, Shea Yeleen International, Inc. is a social enterprise dedicated to empowering women in West Africa and the United States through the production, sale and use of shea butter products. Read More