A native of the San Francisco Bay Area, Nwandi received a degree in broadcast journalism from Howard University and an MBA from Emory University. She is an entrepreneur who also has experience hosting, writing and producing for commercial and public broadcasters, including Cable News Network (CNN),
Turner Broadcasting System (TBS), Public Broadcasting Atlanta (WPBA), Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB), WABE radio and WCLK radio. Upon graduating magna cum laude from Howard University, University, Nwandi spent a year teaching eighth- grade
literature, U.S. History and language arts in East Palo Alto, California before accepting a position at CNN in Atlanta.
Ken Bowers will again join us on Monday September 24, 2020 to answer any questions and to listen to what this space is inspiring you to do.
Kenneth E. Bowers is the current Secretary-General of the National Spiritual Assembly of the United States. He is the author of a number of published articles and studies.
Mr. Bowers was raised in Augusta, Georgia and attended the University of Georgia. Prior to being elected to the National Assembly, Mr. Bowers served as an appointed member of the National Teaching Committee, acting as its secretary for 10 years. Up until 1991 Mr. Bowers owned and operated a business in Atlanta, Georgia. He currently resides in Chicago.
Lex Musta is an independent researcher whose work focuses on the role of social meanings in shaping race relations. He completed his MBA studies in Paris at Schiller International University. His latest publication, an essay on Bahai Approaches to Social Change co-authored with Dr. Roshan Danesh, was published in "Dimensions of Baha'i Law".
He podcasts on Racial Amity at “The Other Tradition” and gives racial amity tours at dctimetraveltours.com.
Tod Ewing joined us on Wednesday, September 2, 2020 to share his personal insights on Race, Class, and Culture and what DC has been doing to make Race Unity the Watchword of the community.
Rabi Mustah spoke to us on what it means to be shown favor as a pupil of the eye, an encore presentation she offered at POTE 2020 over the Juneteenth weekend.
Arta is the only SOTE presenter that spoke at both POTE conferences. He shares his lessons on the appreciation immigrants should have for the African Americans that built this country.
We are so appreciative of the generosity of Dr. Derik Smith who spent several months coming to FHU and up to three days a week to help us to understand his seminal work, 'Modernity and Centering the Pupil of the Eye.'