Safia is a Certified Professional Coach and an Energy Leadership Master Practitioner. She specializes in life & leadership coaching, working with individuals who are seeking a deeper connection to and a greater balance in life. Through her unique coaching style, she helps her clients take their careers, relationships & lives to the next level by breaking through their inner and outer blocks unlocking their true potential to become more powerful, dynamic leaders both at home and at work.
Safia has been a volunteer with ICA for a number of years. She started as a mentor to several young women in ICA’s Leadership and Mentoring Programs and gradually took on more responsibilities including spearheading events and fundraisers. She served as a co-chair of ICA’s Inaugural Gala in 2013.
She received her B.A from the University of California Irvine (UCI) and her coaching certification from the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPec)
More information can be found at www.safiacoaches.com
Michael holds a B.A. in international business from Dickinson College, a professional certificate in fundraising from New York University, and has over 5 years of fundraising, event planning, and non-profit experience.
Michael has specific experience in higher education fundraising including, alumni affairs, volunteer management, and planning and executing high-net worth special events.
Michael served as a Co-Chair of ICA's Inaugural Gala in 2013 and in other ad-hoc volunteer capacities to enhance ICA's mission. In addition to his professional pursuits, Michael is an avid cyclist who has successfully completed two TD Bank 5 Boro Bike tours. Michael was raised in Brooklyn, New York.
Kenrick I. Ross is Founder and President of Urban+Out, a New York-based organization which promotes community involvement, cultural engagement, and professional development in LGBTQ communities of color. Founded two years ago, Urban+Out utilizes events, panel discussions, social media presence, and e-newsletters to engage and empower queer professionals of color to be leaders in their communities.
Kenrick has extensive experience in nonprofits, serving as a development officer at Washington DC’s Whitman-Walker Clinic and Brooklyn’s Diaspora Community Services, and overseeing professional development and quality assurance at Newark’s Leaguers, Inc. He has consulted on strategic development
and event management and has organized and chaired both local and statewide conferences. He has served on the boards of Resource Generation, Newark-Essex Pride Coalition, WRAP, and DGBM, Inc. He holds a BA in Politics from New York University and is pursuing a Masters in Urban Affairs at Hunter College.
More info can be found at www.urbanandout.com
1/8/2016 11:43:27 am
The IAC should devote much more time why Indian lost the recent elections in Guyana and Trinidad. In one word appeasement. They neglected their own supporters and was busy trying to get Black votes to prove to the world they are multiracial. Remember Panday, when ask if Indians are being discriminated in Trinidad, he could not answer the question, he build up black areas of trinidad hoping to get black votes, he didn't. The PPP is Guyana constantly claim they are not an indian party. They build up Buxton, and continue to discriminatory practise of providing subsidized light, water and medical services to Linden, a black village. They ignored the racial attacks on their own Indian supporters, who are immigrating in droves. Indians are now minority and it all happen under an indian government. Voting results show the got little votes from buxton and linden. Maybe ICA can hold a conference that seems to infect only indian leaders, the disease of appeasement.
3/17/2021 06:15:45 pm
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