Advocate Members are the glue that binds the ACMP with the ACB community who benefit from the support. They distribute and forward information about our events to the broader ACB community.
Ndunge Pavao is the Founder of Kweli Noir – a Review Website/Platform that specifically welcomes anyone who identifies as Black, Indigenous, or a Person of Color, to share a review of their experiences in places and spaces as a resource to other ‘BIPOC’ who are considering the same options. Categories include: Academic Institutions, Employers, Healthcare, and Travel Destinations. The focus of the website is to bring transparency to the ‘BIPOC’ community, as well as highlight trends of exclusion and inequality through the ratings provided by the very people who experience this as a constant reality.
Ndunge lives in Ottawa and works as a Human Resources Professional specialising in Global Talent Acquisition, and Talent Management. She is passionate about Diversity and Inclusion and is hoping to bring about a better understanding of the ‘BIPOC’ experience through amplifying their truths.
If you would like to join the Kweli Noir Community by contributing your experience, visit: www.kwelinoir.com
Follow Kweli Noir on Instagram (@kwelinoir), LinkedIn (Kweli Noir), or Facebook (@kwelinoir).
If you would like to get in contact, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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