Check out Kirstie Kwarteng, founder of The Nana Project on this week’s episode of AfriGens at Work!Continue reading
Is competitiveness key to an excellent education? Why I think why looking for a competitive learning environment where it’s cool to be smart, matters.Continue reading
Make it an experience, savor the memories and be about that snack life; a few things I noted while everyone was home for the holidays. Read on for more.Continue reading
White savior, you’re not the enemy…but you’re not the hero either. An observation from Hidden Figures the film.
It seems praise and sometimes credit is handily given to the individuals with the power to fix a problem, but are they the real MVPs?Continue reading
Be Charitable: A few worthy and reputable causes that could use your cash (or company matching dollars).
Our community is gifted with natural kindness, but formal giving isn’t in our DNA, or is it? Here are some reputable causes you can list on the company matching form that directly our community.Continue reading
“As AfriGens, we’re finding our own way, we’re creating our own narrative…and finding ways to make things better.” Ijeoma Eboh, Klassy Kinks. Watch the latest episode of AfriGens at WorkContinue reading
South African. Theatre Artist. Oprah Fellow Winner. Teacher. Mother. Black Lives Matter Protester. Passionate Being and co-creator of Those African Chicks podcast⎯Meet AfriGen, Chesray DolphaContinue reading