FOR EVERY PROBLEM,
THERE IS A SOLUTION.
Experts you can trust
We are a multi-disciplinary collective of Black and African women coaches, consultants, educators, and researchers working with individuals, organizations, and governments to create strategies for sustainable personal and systemic change.
Operationalizing equity & working towards human flourishing
We provide strategies that help people and organizations meet their goals
What we do
Our stellar team of consultants provides actionable solutions for the most pressing challenges facing your organization
We offer an embodied and culturally competent approach to life, career, and transition coaching to provide our clients with clarity in moments of overwhelm and decision fatigue.
We provide trauma informed facilitation services to support governments, coalitions, and groups of all kinds in creating safe spaces for brave conversations to happen. Our facilitation tools are rooted in care, collaboration, and psychological safety.
With rising inequities, a global health crisis,
and continued environmental uncertainties,
there is an urgent need for change in our personal,
political, social, financial, environmental,
emotional, and intellectual lives.
Our African women team brings tools to the frontlines
from the old world of our ancestors
and new technologies from our lived experience
and vast educational trainings.
We invite our collective community into a space of
reflection and action through research, education,
radical redesign of people centered policy,
and an embodied framework for change-making
that is creative and sustainable.
We do this in the Spirit of radical hope;
as a love letter to our cultural story,
with a praxis rooted in equity,
to facilitate the flourishing of all beings
and our Mother earth.
Founder, international human rights lawyer, Pan-African scholar and public policy strategist
Public health consultant, project manager in education, nonprofits and international development
2021-2022 fellow for Afangideh Global with a focus on institutionalized prejudice against women