Ese is currently a knowledge management and community of practice specialist at The World Bank Institute working closing with clients to develop stronger and more effective communities of practice for their business needs. She is also currently serving as an organizational development consultant and strategist for Education for Hope and Vote or Quench respectively. For the past ten years she has worked in the public and non-profit sectors to build communities, develop strategies for human rights defenders and advocates and trained young people on civic engagement. She was worked with such organizations like Amnesty International USA, Freedom House, Independent Sector, and numerous state and national political campaigns. In her capacity as Legislative Aide for Senate Minority Leader C.J. Prentiss (Ohio), she edited the National Black Caucus of State Legislators white paper entitled ‘Closing the Achievement Gap – Improving Educational Outcomes for African American Students’ 2001. The white paper highlighted the vast disparity in education between black and white students and outlined possible solutions to closing the widening gap in education. Ese sits on the boards of the Washington Peace Center (DC) and the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network.
How can we start something together?!
Quoted in the e-book A Collection of Community Management Advice (page 45) by TheCommunityManager.com and Marketwire.