top of page
Social Media Marketing Bees of the Indigo Workshops & Eventss_edited.jpg

"Ubuntu is “the profound sense that we are human only through the humanity of others; that if we are to accomplish anything in this world, it will in equal measure be due to the work and achievement of others.”

Ubuntu | Nelson Mandela 

The Ubuntu project is a cohort term-based community education project that provides virtual and in-person workshops centering on subjects within wellness, spirituality, personal/professional development, social justice, and community empowerment. All project workshops are made possible by community practitioners, cultural bearers, organizers, artists, and traders of all fields desiring to give back to their community(s) through education and legacy building. Through their field of practice, participating cohorts provide a series of introductory workshops that welcome attendees to take an integrative view of our historical journey toward justice that supports the power of socio-economic awareness, personal exploration, mindfulness, storytelling, skill accessibility, and sustainable community practice. Ubuntu utilizes education as a tool for activism where workshops are liberating, socially informed, explorative, creative, growth-oriented, and enlightening in bridging critical-creative thought and personal-professional development with real-life experiences.

Ubuntu is an African philosophy derived by the Zulu and Xhola languages that states, "I am because we all are. Humanity towards others." Archbishop Desmond Tutu famously described ubuntu as meaning "My humanity is caught up, is inextricably bound up, in what is yours." 


Cohort Participation

Winter 2023 Cohort: November & December 

Community Focus – Virtual Sessions ONLY

Social Media Marketing Bees of the Indigo Workshops & Eventss.jpg

Cohort Timeline 2023-2024

Fall & ​Winter 2023 


 November & December

Community Focus via Zoom

Spring 2024:


March & April

Adult Focus


 May & June

Youth Focus

Summer 2024:


Summer Break

Resumes Fall 2024

Winter  2024:

January & February

 Community Focus via Zoom

The Ubuntu Team


Director, Manager & Instructional Coach

Janae’ “Jaee Honey” Sumter

- Project Manager: TBD

Manages program plans and execution, builds partnerships with community organizations and schools for in-school classes and virtual workshops.

Please email us your resume and cover letter for this role.

Project Starts Fall 2023

Social Media Marketing Bees of the Indigo Workshops & Eventss (3).jpg
Social Media Marketing Bees of the Indigo Workshops & Eventss.jpg

Meet the Ubuntu Fall 2023 Cohort


Destiny Webster

Pronouns: She/ Her 



Destiny Webster comes to coaching with over 10yrs of empowering connections to beautiful beings and thriving communities. Through her work in nonprofits and education, Destiny has committed herself; to creating opportunities for communities, providers, healers, activists, and leadership to prioritize their well-being in their work and ultimately; their worldview. Destiny creates sacred space for Radical Self-Care! Destiny uses her passion for art, spirituality, creative expression, storytelling, and music to create opportunities for clients to connect to themselves and the world around them. Clients embark on a journey of daily practice and exploration.


Destiny provides consulting and strategic planning for community-based organizations who wish to cultivate authentic teamwork through modeling care, balance and collaboration in the workplace. Destiny believes that change begins in the community. She intends to equip community leaders and organizations with living tools that help re-revision communities in the workplace! 


Kendall Dominique

Pronouns: She/ Her 



Kendall Dominique is a multifaceted being; she shows up as a community nurturer, holder of sacred space, and budding herbalist. She comes from a lineage of nurturing and expansive women that were invested in their community through: midwifery, herbalism, community activism, and youth development. Through her work Kendall has been reclaiming lost practices of her female lineage and finding pieces of herself along the way as she communes with her ancestors. 

Kendall followed in their footsteps and continued their community work. Her work has been centered in supporting BIPOC communities that experience gender-based violence through providing: 1:1 counseling, advocacy, educational workshops, and healing circles. Academically she holds both a Bachelors and Masters Degree in Social Work focusing on how communities can reconnect to healing centered approaches to addressing harm. Over the last five years she has been a student of plant medicine, as well as building her practice of offering postpartum care. 

As a nurturer she has been supporting individuals with exploring their relationship with radical self acceptance and understanding the importance of self preservation when it comes to investing in their mental wellbeing. She is cultivating healing spaces where BIPOC folkz not only feel heard and seen, but a space where they can share knowledge, reclaim the act of storytelling, and rediscover their power. 

Kendall realized that healing centered work was not only a resource that could support communities, but a tool that could drastically shift organizations. She has provided coaching, peer support, and training to community based organizations by helping them adopt healing centered skills that build sustainable working environments that foster self preservation over burn out.

Ancestral Wellness Co is an ode to her journey, her community, and her ancestors. A promise to always lead with the love, patience, and gentleness that spirit gifted her in her moments of need. 


Ancestral Wellness Bio:


Ancestral Wellness Co is a Black women-led healing collective supporting people in discovering ways to nurture their mind, body, and spirit. 

We believe healing is much more than what an individual does for themselves but what a community can do for each other. True generational healing comes from the realization that we need each other and that our collectiveness serves an important role in the reclamation of our power. 

Our mission is to support communities in reimagining what collective care looks and feels like. By reconnecting them with ancestral modalities of healing to build strong and healthy communities.


Donte Clark

Pronouns: He/Him/Beloved



Donté Clark is a poet, author, and playwright from Richmond Ca, who uses spoken word and performance as a healing space to shift culture and bridge community. 


Workshop theme:

"Poetic-ly Speakin," a safe space to talk about all things poetry. We will write, share and discuss ideas and techniques on how to further our craft and career as a poet. Workshop is intergenerational, with all skill levels invited.

bottom of page