- Subscribe to Black Power Media on YouTube.
- Watch this clip of the “Dark Girls” Documentary, which is specifically a 3 minute clip about how darker skinned Black women have used social media to curate healthy images of themselves and reclaim their beauty. Watch and let’s discuss in the comments on Brokeish social media
Fernanda has been a social worker, trainer, teacher, and international traveller for over 20 years. Her experience began while she was in college, and eventually transitioned into ESOL and college readiness instruction for schools, districts and community-based organizations before taking on social work and account management. She attended the University of Wisconsin at Madison, graduating with degrees in International Relations and Latin American Studies.
Born in Accra, Ghana, Fernanda has lived in New York, Georgia, Florida, Texas, Wisconsin, and Puerto Rico and now New Orleans, since moving to the United States. She thrives while working remotely as a digital nomad, and creatively incorporates her global adventures into her work while leveraging her diverse experiences and knowledge to best serve her clients’ needs. Fernanda is passionate about social justice, decolonization, environmental conservation, and making the world a better place for future generations.