Washington State Coalition of African Community Leaders

Our Mission

Is to be the home for all African community organizations in Washington state. We are the place for collaboration and nurturing strong community voices. Our 26+ member organizations have a platform here for sharing information, resources, and ideas to better serve our communities.

Objectives

1 - We strive to increase civic engagement through advocacy. 2- We are committed to fostering economic empowerment. 3 - We increase 2020 US Census awareness and drive voter registration. 5 - We maintain a healthy relationship with our funders.

Committees

Healthy communities are not possible without the engagement of successful committees to help advance leadership, training, education, promote advocacy, civil engagement and organizing. We offer support for managing community events and gatherings to further our commitment in developing a strong coalition.

our committees

Our committees bring WSCACL objectives to life by proactively working to fulfill our goals. Each committee has its own leadership that includes one or more co-chairs to ensure work is aligned with our mission. https://wscacl.org/committees/

CULTURE & HERITAGE

ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT

HEALTH

VOTER REGISTRATION

Youth, Family Support, & Education (YFSE)

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Census 2020 and Youth Empowerment 

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Latest News

Welcome Aboard Khetiwe Chitewere!

We would like to introduce our newest Board of Director, Khetiwe Chitewere, Vice President of Communications and Chair of the Board of Directors. Khetiwe brings the “Cool Auntie” vibe to every team she participates in and makes sure to be inclusive and brings smiles and laughter to the point that it no longer feels like […]

Celebration of life of a man who served with honor and wisdom

Brother Kanosi Chakweva was a man who served with honor, wisdom and he did it wholeheartedly. One thing that WSCACL’s Economic Empowerment committee retains form him is that, they were blessed to work with him. He gave his all, his intellect, compassion, action, dedication, commitment. He moved with urgency,and never let any negative voices stop […]

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BY THE Numbers
Member Organizations
26
Individual Members
500
Potential Reach
77155
Major Sponsors
6

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Khetiwe Chitewere was born in Nairobi, Kenya and grew up in Harare, Zimbabwe. She is a leader in Security marketing at Microsoft Corporation. Khetiwe brings more than a decade of experience on boards focused on educating children in Uganda, Zimbabwe and the Pacific Northwest. She also brings her background as a Finance, Compliance, Governance and Marketing expert to the WSCACL Board.

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Khetiwe Chitewere
Co-Chair

Hanna joined Washington State Coalition of African Community Leaders (WSCACL) as Cochair. She supports the team of health, education, family support, and youth team through events, resources, and leadership. Hanna has a strong background in Health Education and Promotion. She received her BA in Health Studies from the University of Washington Bothell.

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Hanna Ash
Co-Chair

Eddie was born in Malawi and has lived in the US for 20 years. He has a marketing degree from Bellevue College. He is an Operations Manager at Amazon. Early 2020, he started a digital marketing consulting company called Seattle Digital Adaptive helping small businesses and community organizations increase their online visibility. While not working, Eddie enjoys spending time with his two little kids and wife. His biggest goal is to help create a space where people of different backgrounds can truly express themselves. 

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Eddie Nyasulu
Co-Chair

Daniel Abuga, Co-Chair & Treasurer, a.k.a. Danclare. Danclare has decades of community leadership experience including starting a successful still operating WA African non-profit. Danclare received his Accounting degree and CPA from Kenya and has worked as a CPA in the non profit sector and currently runs a successful national financial service agency.

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Daniel Abuga
Co-Chair

Born and raised in Washington State......

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Henry Garrett
Co-Chair

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