Dr Tapo Chimbganda
Global feminist scholar, published writer, Diversity and Inclusion expert
Prior to founding Future Black Female in 2019, Dr Tapo Chimbganda taught at universities in Canada and England. She has almost 20 years’ experience working with community and non-profit organizations, schools, and healthcare providers. As a social justice advocate she has spoken at conferences in Australia, Finland, Ireland, Canada, and Scotland.
Dr. Tapo is published on matters of mental health, education, the racialized family, and social justice.
Her first book: The Classroom as Privileged Space, a psychoanalysis of institutional violence, was published in 2017. Future Black Female is her response, and the response of all the passionate and driven women who volunteer and work alongside her, to the unique needs of Black female youth in Canada and around the globe.