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Timi Komonibo

Timi Komonibo

Associate Director of Recruitment & Diversity

Syracuse University

Syracuse, NY

My name is Timi Komonibo and I am passionate about forming connections, making innovation, and empowering others.

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Syracuse University

Associate Director of Recruitment and Diversity

I help increase the number of underrepresented students at at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. I work with the Newhouse Ambassadors program, a group of well-rounded multicultural students with a passion for diversity issues, to meet with prospective students and parents to provide information about the Newhouse School.

Leader, Levo League DC Chapter

I was lucky enough to lead the Levo League community in the Washington, DC area. I got to host events, mix and mingle with the ambitious women in the nation's Capitol.

Style Lottery

Founder and Executive Director

Style Lottery is a non-profit that brings a unique shopping experience to young women from low-income communities. I started Style Lottery as a passion project because I wanted to use fashion to empower and connect people in their communities. Our mission is to teach people to "RESTYLE, REUSE, and REWARD" (TM) with fashion.

TEDx talk: How I Found My Heart in A Walk-In Closet

I had the opportunity to give a TEDx talk at Syracuse University, discussing fashion philanthropy.

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USAID- Center for International Disaster Information

Diaspora Outreach intern

My role is to support the outreach team in seeking partnerships with members of diaspora communities to raise public awareness about most effective and efficient way the public can donate post-disaster.

PYXERA Global

Public Affairs & Communications intern

This position taught me the power of global pro bono and corporate social responsibility. When the private sector make the decision to "do good," it can use its business savvy to create innovations for the developing world.

Syracuse University

Master of Science (M.S.) & Master of Arts (M.A.), Public Diplomacy

Teach For America

Corps Member

My time as a teacher challenged me and shaped me into the community-focus professional that I am today. In my classroom, I learned that change starts on a person-to-person level and that passion in contagious.

The University of Texas at Austin

Bachelor of Arts (BA), Bachelor of Science (BS), Communication Studies, African and African Diaspora Studies

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