Resource Mobilization Organizer
A migrant and third-culture kid originally from Nigeria, Kereknaan’s (she/her) experience navigating life at the intersections of migration and Black girlhood/womanhood on Turtle Island (so-called USA) planted the seeds for her political activation. She began her career as a fundraiser for a global education nonprofit & was further politicized by several Black leftist scholars and organizers whose work illuminated the precarity of conditions for working class folks globally. This inspired her to leave traditional nonprofit fundraising for reclamation of the wealth that belongs to our movements and the collective. When KK’s not organizing donors & mobilizing resources, she’s often curating music, going down a Notion life operating system rabbit hole, listening to an audiobook, thrifting, and styling clothes.