Changing lives through the power of your voice and The power of your story
Inclusivus believes in the power that comes from within, not the power that others bestow. The people with whom we work in communities around the world are driven by their inner strength to speak up and take action to create change in their lives and communities. These people are InPowered. Investing in these people and their proven solutions is a necessary measure for addressing poverty and inequality.
Being “InPowered” starts from within. It’s that voice inside each and every one of us that urges us to speak up, act out, and stand firm. Unlike being empowered, it’s not the result of someone else’s words or actions. Being InPowered creates a surge from within that continuously impacts people’s lives, families, and communities to bring about unified action.
At Inclusivus, we believe in InPowerment.
Let's Make It A More Inclusivus World.
Featured Podcast of the Week
From ABC's American Koko, Diarra Kilpatrick discusses her story of InPowerment and artistic growth, including how the "business" of show stood in her way to success as she hungered for meatier roles, more challenging work and a truer artistic expression.
Linda Bailey-McWeeney is a Jamaican educator and economist based in New York. Since 2015, she’s been engaged with educators about the status of math education in Jamaica, specifically the fact that many low-income students are not receiving the education they deserve
Liza Moiseeva details her journey to creating GlobeIn, an organization dedicated to fostering fair trade across the world and helping artisans and creators bring their dreams to reality and create stable incomes and lives for themselves and their families.
Judithe is joined by Adebayo Adegbembo, the founder and lead programmer for Genii Games Limited, to discuss the power of language. Genii Games is at the forefront of using mobile apps and video games to foster a love of local culture, specifically native African languages.
Mike Domitrz is on a mission to dramatically improve society’s approach to healthy dating and relationships by creating a better understanding of how consent is obtained in intimacy.
Matthew Diaz, a junior at The Bronx Academy of Letters and Youth Director of National Outreach for the Committee on Resource Allocation for IntegrateNYC4Me, and his Executive Director, Sarah Camiscoli, are on the front lines of the issue of school equity. For the last two years, they’ve been working to have the needs of current and future students in New York and across the country heard and addressed to ensure an equitable education.
As we continue our conversation, Priscilla discusses how she found strength and confidence, even during her diagnosis, through kickboxing, and how she’s continued to manage her generosity, personal responsibilities, family and self-care while continuing to work for a cure to breast cancer while living her life with grace and gratitude.
For the past decade, Priscilla has walked almost every year in the Avon 39 Walk to End Breast Cancer. She is looking forward to a day when she doesn’t need to fundraise anymore, her "retirement day," when a cure is finally found. In this episode, hear how Priscilla’s fight turned from personal to "intimate," and why she still continues to walk year after year.