Advocate for reduced inequalities while representing youth and marginalized communities.
“Our youth are our future…”
Christine Dikongué was born in Douala, Cameroon, raised between three continents and in 6 different countries.
Now based in Toronto, Christine draws on her personal experience and cross-cultural knowledge to raise awareness of issues related to access to quality education and gender equality, reduced inequalities while representing youth and marginalized communities.
With experience in various disciplines (international economics, project management, marketing and technology), Christine consults on innovative projects, diversity and inclusion, and is a motivational speaker. With her expertise in youth mentoring, capacity building and strategic partnerships, Christine offers advice on:
- Social Integration
- How to maintain a positive attitude
- An inclusive world starts with us
- Motivation & Inspiration
Christine is a member of the Board of Directors of the United Nations Association in Canada (Toronto Branch) and the Canadian Black Chamber of Commerce. More recently, she was a youth ambassador for Barack Obama’s Canada2020 Conference. You can find her on the Most Influential People of African Descent ‘s Global Top 100 under 40, in recognition of the UN International Decade for People of African Decent and amongst the Top 100 Black Women to Watch in Canada.