I am Janvieve.

I am a committed to a life of love, justice, fun for all.  

We can be on a journey together. Lets go! 

Janvieve Williams Comrie, is a sociologist, and human rights strategist, she is also is a Certified Professional Coach (PCC), and the founder and current Executive Director of the International non-profit organization, AfroResistance. She is a sought-after consultant and speaker.  Janvieve has inspired and transformed thousands of people all over the world, including heads of states,  through the work that she does.

Janvieve leads with straight and direct talk wrapped with love, compassion and sensitivity, because she understands the challenges that especially women of color and immigrant people face. She founded an international organization when she first moved to the United States 18 years ago, that is today recognized for its commitment to human rights and gender. She has appeared in numerous online and print publications including BBC, CNN, Telemundo, Univision, Aljazeera, Yes Magazine, Colorlines and others.

You can find her online at www.janvieve.com, or strolling the streets of New York City or in any country in Latin America or the Caribbean with her family, always engaging with people, and satisfying her love for great food.

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As a consultant, I can provide an array of services to organizations, foundations and international institutions, both domestically and internationally. 

Depending on what your organization needs, I work alone or partner with other consultants of color that are top rated in their specialty. We offer all services in English and in Spanish.

Lets explore what working together might look like, email me!

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If you would like more information about me, services or just to drop a line, please fill out the short form below.  I will respond within 48 hours. 

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