University of San Francisco
Nolizwe Nondabula (they/them) joined the University of San Francisco's Leo T. McCarthy Center in 2016 and currently serves as the Associate Director of Programs and Partnerships for the Engage San Francisco initiative. They additionally sit on the steering committee of the Black LGBTQIA+ Migrant Project (BLMP), a project fiscally sponsored by the Transgender Law Center. They graduated from Clark University with a BA in Economics and from the University of San Francisco with a Master of Arts in Urban Affairs. Prior to Engage, Nolizwe served as the AmeriCorps Financial Grant Coordinator for YouthBuild USA and cultivated the next generation of LGBTQ leaders of color as the Mentorship Program Coordinator for the Hispanic Black Gay Coalition (HBGC) in Boston, MA. They also served on the Board of Directors of multiple organizations including New Leaders Council, Brookview House and BUTCH Voices. When they're not basking in qtpoc excellence, you can find them jiving to the sounds of Afro-house or recharging with the power rangers.
Pre-conference session: Learning from Seattle (and Other Cities): Place-Based Community Engagement for Justice and Equity
Rooted in Place: Practicing Anti-Oppression, Integrity and Humility for the Long Haul
Now What? Collective Learning and Action Beyond Campus Compact
Learning from Seattle (and other cities): Place-Based Community Engagement for Justice and Equity