I am Janvieve.

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

We can be on a journey together. Lets go! 

Areas of Expertise

Human Rights
Racial Justice
Social Justice
Migrant Rights
US Immigration and forced migration
African Diaspora in Latin America
US Foreign Policy in Latin America
Women and Internal Displacement

Short Bio

Janvieve Williams Comrie is a Black and Latina human rights strategist, trainer and organizer with a deep commitment to assist in the building of powerful social movements for racial justice and human rights. She has worked in a variety of fields and for several human rights institutions, including the Office of the High Commissioner on Human Rights Regional Office Central America, where she coordinated a regional program on race and racism. Janvieve is internationally recognized for her work with Afrodescendent communities.

Presently Janvieve serves social movements as a strategist, facilitator and strategic planning consultant. She is the founder of the AfroResistance, an organization committed to human rights, racial justice and gender justice in the Americas. 

She was awarded a Soros Equality Fellowship (2018-2020). She is a faculty member at New York University Wagner Graduate School of Public Service and at The New School. She is a mother to two amazing children and lives between Panama and the Bronx with her life partner, two children, elderly parents, and her three pets. 

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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!

Sample list of Current and Past Clients 

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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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