Divinity is passionate about startups, tech, gender equity + social impact.
Divinity is a 2017 MBA graduate of The Wharton School where she focused on finance and entrepreneurial management. She completed her undergraduate studies Phi Beta Kappa and Magna Cum Laude at the University of Southern California, becoming a 1st generation college graduate. She is a Toigo Foundation Fellow and Social Innovation Fellow with StartingBloc. She plans to use her Wharton MBA to pursue a career at the intersection of technology, entrepreneurship and venture capital/private equity with an emphasis on impact investing.
Fiery Entrepreneur. Independent Thinker.
Divinity is a serial entrepreneur who aspires to use her entrepreneurial experience to grow and scale ventures that positively impact the world. Divinity is an independent thinker who enjoys learning new things. A life-long learner, Divinity is not afraid to express her thoughts and opinions on an broad range of issues - from politics to business.
Advocate For Women.
Divinity is an advocate for the empowerment of women globally. She is a past recipient of Glamour Magazine’s Annual Woman of the Year Awards where she was recognized as one of twenty women in their 20s who are changing the world. She is a proud alumnae of Forté Foundation's MBA Launch Program For Women and Management Leadership For Tomorrow's MBA Prep Program.
Youth Development Leader.
After a transformative experience studying abroad in Kenya and Tanzania, Divinity co-founded the Amagezi Gemaanyi Youth Association (AGYA) in Uganda in 2008 to address issues facing urban youth. Under her leadership, AGYA provided outreach, education, and services to more than 2,000 youth living in urban poverty.
Divinity is emerging as a thought leader on topics like: social impact gender equity, diversity and inclusion, motherhood, women in business, and entrepreneurship. Click on the icons below for a sampling of Divinity's thoughts on relevant topics.
A snapshot into Divinity's personal life as well as professional highlights throughout her career, which has included four start-ups founded by Divinity as well as roles in non-profit, local and national politics, education, international youth development, law, consulting and functions like marketing and communications, strategy and operations, fundraising, and human resource management.