Nataizya Mukwavi

Board Governance Coach

Nataizya Mukwavi is the Founder of Black Women Connect Vancouver, a not-for-profit organization founded in 2017 serving to bridge gaps present in the local Black community, particularly those affecting Black women. 

Along with managing the operations of Black Women Connect Vancouver, Nataizya is a freelance leadership consultant with Career Contacts. Nataizya was previously the Executive Director for a not-for-profit organization serving to meet vital needs and provide emotional support to women in Surrey, British Columbia. Prior to this position, she was the Child Sponsorship Coordinator for an international not-for-profit organization known as Mercy Touch Mission International, where she launched a mentorship program to support marginalized girls in a rural community in Ndola, Zambia. In 2015, her internship with Hope Mission’s Wellspring program in Edmonton, Alberta, gave her extensive experience working with women enrolled in an addiction recovery program. 

Nataizya has vast experience working with and alongside people of various cultures and ethnic groups. She is especially passionate about seeing people empowered and advocating for those marginalized in society. Nataizya loves extending compassion, so that others can recognize their purpose in life. Her mission is to influence the development of people, so they too can be influential and reach their potential in becoming who they want to be.  

Work With Synergy

We work with national clients such as CMHC, Provincial clients such as BC Housing, Crown Corp’s like BC Oil & Gas Company and many non-profits.

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