Passionate and talented people United together to make a difference through empowering women and underserved communities globally!
Monique Tshibola is a business and organizational leadership expert with many years of experience in non-profit and finance management. She is a passionate advocate for women’s rights and dignity, economic resilience of marginalized community, and the refugee and Immigration population. She is experienced in coordinating with stakeholders, including staff, contractors, volunteers, and vendors. I am interested in opportunities in organizations that impact people’s lives and promote diversity and inclusion.
Amanda Farinelli is a business professional and advocate in the nonprofit space. She is an individual who has dedicated her career to help small and mid-size nonprofits grow their mission and expand their outreach. Amanda is one of the Co-Founders of Auxilia, a donation management software company, and serves as the Executive Director of The Auxilia Foundation. Her expertise lies in employee engagement and building a sense of community and culture that individuals can thrive in. Amanda is passionate about gender equality and growing awareness on protecting and promoting women’s human rights. She is committed to empowering women and inspiring hope.
Steve Palek is a dynamic, solution oriented, strategic proven leader that has had over 20+years of executive leadership in both enterprise and start-up organizations. Steve currently serves as Chief Executive Officer at Auxilia www.theauxilia.com, and dedicates his efforts in doing more good to help nonprofits survive and thrive. Steve currently sits on the Board of two nonprofits and is committed to helping all nonprofits succeed in growing their respective missions.
She has over 20 years of experience in payroll, tax accounting, benefits, and human resources management and administration sector. This also includes troubleshooting of system technicalities. She has been a registered tax practitioner since 2005 and worked at a tax service for three years preparing and filing tax returns. Afterwards, She decided to branch out on her own and now she is the Founder of Simplicity Business Solutions & Consultation. LaQuenta also Worked for Positive Education Program (PEP) for 9 years as the Payroll Accountant. PEP specialized in the troubled and troubling youth and what was important that I learned is that every child should experience some joy in each day when they are going through some type of trauma.
Rebecca Mukendi kapinga was born in the Democratic Republic of the Congo in 10 /16 /1993. She was born into a family of 13 children and her father had two wives. Her family life was not enjoyable but that didn’t prevent her from moving forward and go after her dream. She got her bachelor’s degree at the Higher Institute of Applied Techniques (ISTA) where only 2% of admitted students were women compared to 98% of men. There were a lot of stereotypes in terms of what field women should major in versus men and she was bullied for majoring in a field that is mainly considered for men. After graduating from ISTA, she wanted to become part of any movement or organization that will empower women by encouraging to pursue their dreams no matter the obstacles and take on any job they feel good at. Therefore, being part of Kiota global will help achieve this dream. In October 2019, she landed a job in the Congolese government, for 2 years of which she oversaw incoming emails, and of the documents of the Security Council in the office of the Minister of the Interior that stops until the beginning of 2021.