Dr. Lisa Aubrey
At ASU, Lisa Aubrey is associate professor of African and African American Studies and political science. In addition to her scholarship, Professor Aubrey has been doing amazing community-embedded work
Mr Mamemo Ibru
He holds B.Sc in Chemistry from UC Berkeley, USA in 1992 and his MBA is in progress at Lagos Business School. He worked with Superbru Limited, a brewery within the IBRU organization for a year, and two years with Oceanic Bank International Nigeria Limited before having one year stint with the Chairman of Ibru Organisation.
One of the founding members of Kudissanga, who has been dedicated to providing cultural awareness for the people of Angola living in the United States.
Jean-Galvanis M Gassiyombo
Jean-Galvanis is originally from Central African Republic, he is the Chief Enterprise Architect for SPECTRUM IT, a technology firm delivering strategic solutions in Enterprise Information Management and Business Intelligence to global clients in Banking, Finance, and Healthcare.
In 2008, Iman Awad was appointed by Governor Martin O’Malley to work within the Governor’s Office of Community Initiatives serving the Governor’s Commission on Middle Eastern American Affairs.
Miss Sydney Jay
Born the grand daughter to Civil Rights living legend Neville Knowles, Sydney Jay grew up knowing the power of influence and impact. Called a “Shooting Arrow” by Dr. Cheryl Hill, Sydney is known as an emerging designer, author and humanitarian of the 21st century who will hit her destiny.