Niambi is an Author, Inspirational Speaker, Cultural Agility Strategist, Spiritual Activist and has spent the past 30 years working as a Transformation Advocate. She is the Principal and Lead Consultant for Cross-Cultural Agility, LLC where she trains, coaches and consults individuals and corporations on issues supporting cultural intelligence and new pathways to inclusion.
Niambi's passion is helping others to transform their mindsets and personal stuck points so that they can deepen their connections to all of humanity.
She is the Founder of The Butterfly Movement, where she utilizes the symbolism of the caterpillar/butterfly metamorphosis to foster emotional and spiritual transformation in women and girls. Niambi is a co-contributor to the book “African Americans and Community Engagement in Higher Education” published by SUNY Press and is also the author of “Project Butterfly” and “Inspiring the Souls of Our Girls.”
She has been featured in Essence and Ebony Magazines, MSN.com and Oprah's Angel Network for her work with teen girls. She is a faculty member
of Expert Online Training, is a member of the National Diversity Council and serves as a Professional Advisor to graduate students at DePaul University's School for New Learning. She is also a Program Faculty member of Art of Living Retreat Center in Boone, NC.
What excites her is when she can provide tools to help others gain a foothold in their struggles to understand the ways that racism, unconscious bias, privilege, and prejudice operate in our minds - notably when she can support authentic relationships constructed out of the raw ingredients of cross-cultural differences.
Niambi, her husband and teenaged son lives in traditional Occaneechi territory - now known as Chapel Hill, NC.