WHO WE ARE
JENNIFER OBINNA, PH.D.
Dr. Jennifer Obinna has over 20 years of experience in the field of research, evaluation and strategic planning. While she has worked on hundreds of projects spanning a vast array of topics, her areas of emphasis are in preventing violence against women, reducing racial disparities in the criminal justice system and understanding the merits of culturally-specific programming to promote health and wellness.
TEHOUT SELAMEAB, MPP
Tehout brings 15 years of experience in the field of community-based prevention research and evaluation. Working with both private and government organizations, Tehout applies program evaluation methodologies to support a range of organizational needs including strategic planning, data-driving decision-making and outcomes demonstration of prevention efforts.
SHERRIE SIMPSON COLEMAN, MAL
Sherrie has been successful in leading groups to create and implement strategies. A core theme in her work is creating empowered space and an environment of team collaboration using tools from Technology of Participation and other modalities. Sherrie is a Technology of Participation Certified Facilitator and Qualified Trainer with 25 years of facilitation experience.
FANNY JIMBO LLAPA, MPH
Fanny Jimbo Llapa is a public health practitioner and consultant with experience in community work, cross-cultural collaboration, and program evaluation with a vision to achieve health equity. She uses her Spanish skills, connection with community organizations, and multidisciplinary educational background to support culturally-based communities with their data collection and evaluations.
We equip individuals and organizations that serve the BIPOC community with tools to increase impact.
We make Health Equity accessible and create a safe space to understand and challenge the systems that create inequities.
We create a customized approach that honors the wisdom of the team.
We are able to create new ways of looking at Health Equity through the lens of our experiences as Black women.
We have superpowers, years of experience, and care deeply about folks who do this life-changing work.
We take what we know from the collective journey on leadership, evaluation, facilitation, community organizing, project management, prevention science, implementation science, public health, early childhood, social work, systems, social determinants of health, assets & bright spots and enhance our knowledge is through our lens of health equity, building authentic relationships and spirituality.