Ms. Jesse is the new Harriet Tubman helping make positive change in peoples lives & real social change in the way business, non-profits, philanthropy & communities work together.
But please, you can just call me Nas.
I was born on the Hilltop of Tacoma and raised in the Greenwood neighborhood of Seattle.
Heavily influenced by community work during my youth, I live by the motto "treat others with the respect you wish to receive".
This mindset has served me well navigating the"-isms" of corporate America.
The Harriet Tubman Foundation for Safe Passage fights for the emancipation of black lives by providing a robust framework of support, advocacy, business coaching, community network building and financial literacy to people and organizations working to achieve equity and justice in a system designed to sustain economic and spiritual oppression.
Founded by Black women and family operated, Ms. Jesse and her daughter Naudia Miller have joined forces and are utilizing their years of experience, deep intuition and extensive networks to share resources with the community. Through collaborative programming and mutual aid networking this mother daughter duo looks forward to navigating the end of systemic racism; and sharing their vision of a better future for Black lives.
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.
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