I bring well-rounded millennial experiences to a nonprofit board. As a African American, college educated, queer woman I bring a very broad perspective on issues that require nonprofit attention. As an American that was born and raised in the very poor inner city of Detroit, my family has been recipients of many nonprofit programs. Now as a working middle class tax payer that has “pulled themselves up by their bootstraps” when I didn’t even have a boot to begin with, I understand what resources are needed to secure a decent chance at a sustainable life. My views focus in on multiculturalism intersectionality. These views have been forged not only from my AA viewpoint but also from my sisterhood in a multicultural sorority, workings from extensive worldly travel, social justice political work, and current non profit volunteering through MUM. In my professional capacity, I work for Glanbia Nutritionals where I determine if it is strategically wise to enter certain markets or target specific companies for our food ingredients.