Chloe B. McKenzie doesn’t really do nuance. When she founded a nonprofit to increase financial literacy among girls and women of color, she chose a name that would be transparent about the organization’s mission, culture and power source. She called it BlackFem.McKenzie is a researcher, writer, educator and wealth justice activist. McKenzie is the founder and visionary of BlackFem, a nonprofit, and Equiddie; working at the intersection of education, finance, social justice and the visual and performing arts. Through her business ventures, McKenzie’s mission is to transform school-based learning so that Black girls and girls of color have the skills, habits and resources to build and sustain wealth.McKenzie conducts ground breaking research on financial trauma, abuse and shame. Her research, featured in Forbes, British Vogue and L’Officiel is used by major academic and financial institutions, with the intention of developing resources to close the wealth gap and to build healthier relationships with money. McKenzie intends to continue her research as she pursues her PhD in Sociology and works with institutions such as Georgetown University, The Hope Center at Temple University and Edquity.Contact a speaker booking agent to check availability on Chloe B. McKenzie and other top speakers and celebrities.