The Communiversity Village is an online community for Activistpreneurs to build community with like-minded folx and access resources to grow their life work.
The Village offers a mixture of virtual and in-person learning, discussion, sharing and community engagement opportunities tailored to the experience of folx aligning culture + activism in their work.
The Village is comprised of a wonderful mixture of industries such as, Artists, Birth Workers, Branding Designers & Strategists, Business Owners, Coaches & Consultants, Educators, Herbalists, Holistic Wellness Guides, Mental Health Advocates, Nonprofit Leaders, Public Health Advocates, And more!
The one thing we all have in common? Doing our work for the benefit of our communities ✊🏾
✨ Monthly Village Calls about topics related to Activistpreneurship
✨ Access to a grants & fellowships Databse (150+ entries and counting!)
✨ In-person meet ups (Texas)
✨ Monthly workshops, study groups, & special convenings
✨ FREE monthly coaching sessions (2 per month)
✨ Access to our 'Preferred & Referred Vendors' (companies who align with your principles ~ already vetted by the A.C. team)
✨ Job Board
✨ Free, unlimited promotion of your work
✨ And more!
The Afrocentric Communiversity is a consulting firm for Activistpreneurs aligning culture + activism + entrepreneurship. We offer strategic coaching, consulting and project management services to help folx build their life work.
We believe without our culture, we perish. Our ability to exist confidently, diminishes. Without connection to culture, we are prone to being lost. We have witnessed our approach to work transform the lives of our Partners. Their mental and spiritual health is heightened, they leave spaces that challenge their authenticity, they step into spaces of clarity and out of chaos and they serve their communities in impactful ways. For our Partners, staying connected to culture and moving culture forward is the way we stay full - and we’re not just talking about the belly!
There is no better time than the present to bring your whole self to your work ~ especially if you don’t have to do it alone.