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Mariama N’Diaye currently supports the work of the My Brother’s Keeper Initiative in cities nationwide with strategic planning and implementation assistance – specializing in the Communications and Data Collection aspects of programming. Internationally, she helps cities develop approaches to improving the well-being of its most vulnerable populations, notably homeless and immigrant populations.
She is a graduate of Williams College, receiving a B.A. in Comparative Politics and Honors in Global Studies with an African Studies track. A Native Speaker of Wolof and French, she was awarded Honors for successfully completing her thesis on the intersections of urbanization, race relations, French identity politics, and hip-hop in the suburbs of major French cities.
- REAL Talk: Advancing Local Efforts to Improve Outcomes for Boys and Men of Color
Thursday, November 8, 2018 3:30 pm Convention Center, Room 515B