Disrupting Balance

043: Understanding All of Me: Identity, Profession & Philanthropy

March 29th, 2021

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Samantha Bobila is a fundraising executive for a sexual and reproductive health care organization. In her role, she inspires others to make philanthropic investments so that access to health care is possible for marginalized people and communities. She believes that equity and justice are possible in her lifetime and because of this she is involved her community. She serves on the Board of Action Together New Jersey, a statewide advocacy group, and the Trenton Circus Squad, a circus arts non-profit. At the core of her personal mission is to uplift the voices and faces of women of color. Her favorite hobby is being a hype woman. She has a Master’s in Women’s and Gender Studies from Rutgers University and a Bachelor’s in History, minor in Political Science, from Saint Joseph’s University. In her spare time, she enjoys going on hikes with her husband and their pitbull.

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Hanifa Barnes, JD MBA is a multicultural mama, wife and leader who has made the switch in work, well-being and winning. Once a former professional actor, the Liberian-Ugandan American is no stranger to navigating the challenges of race, identity and culture. As a professional with nearly 15 years of experience in education and change management, her greatest superpower is giving up the sh*t that weighs her down.

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