A proud Latina born in Medellín, Colombia, Londono overcame many obstacles to receive a quality education and learn English as a second language. She came to the United States with her family hoping to find a new path in my life that would lead to success and allow her to achieve her goals.
Today Londono serves as owner of Karma Fashions, a boutique clothing store in Atlanta, Georgia. She had the honor of showcasing her business during Cartagena Fashion Week in Colombia. She works tirelessly to build her brand, while creating opportunities for others and giving back in a major way.
In addition to being a successful entrepreneur, Londono was named one of 50 most beautiful Atlantans of 2019 by Jezebel Magazine. She served as a cover model for Mujer Magazine, as well as personal stylist for the magazine’s annual fashion show.
Londono will spend the next year representing TGC Collective and serving as a change champion for the organization’s Collective Good initiative which aims to increase awareness and inspire action through education and advocacy of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
DANIELA'S SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS
Daniela understands the importance of good health and well-being for a happy and productive life. She maintains a healthy diet along with regular exercise. Daniela uses social media and other outlets to encourage others to take the necessary steps to becoming a healthier and stronger version of themselves.
Daniela uses her business to give back. She focuses on fair trade as a way to support economic growth and job opportunities in her home country of Colombia. She loves helping women and she believes fair trade is making a positive impact on the world.
Daniela volunteers at Athena Farms in Atlanta, Georgia to help the city’s restaurants source organic food products from local farms. Organic agriculture can help combat global warming by storing carbon in the soil. The more carbon stored in the soil, the less carbon in the atmosphere.
Obumneme (Obum) Nwankwo is a first generation Nigerian-American and the youngest of four children. Born in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, Nwankwo attended the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff majoring in Industrial Technology and minoring in Theater. He is a proud member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Incorporated. As a young child, Nwankwo was encouraged to help those who are less fortunate and always dream big.
Today Nwankwo is pursuing his dream of becoming a professional actor, writer, comedian, and all-around creative. He is owner of BoomN Productions based in Atlanta, Georgia. Through the arts he hopes to continue his mission of being a voice for issues that are dear to him such as ending systemic racism. Nwankwo operates on a foundation of faith and worships as a member of The dReam Center Church. He encourages others to use their gifts to educate and inspire positive social change.
Nwankwo will spend the next year representing TGC Collective and serving as a change champion for the organization’s Collective Good initiative which aims to increase awareness and inspire action through education and advocacy of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
OBUM'S SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS
Obum is passionate about ending hunger and achieving food security. He is a volunteer for Everyone Eats Foundation. Everyone Eats is an organization that strives to build stronger communities through education, enrichment, and empowerment. The organization’s programs focus on youth development, food sustainability, and generational healing.
Obum believes good health is the foundation of human happiness and well-being. It contributes significantly to prosperity and wealth, as healthy individuals have the potential to be more productive, save more and live longer. Obum exercises self-care through running and meditation. He encourages others to make their health and happiness a priority.
Obum is a strong advocate for respecting human rights and eliminating conflict, weak institutions, and limited access to justice. He believes we all deserve to live in a fair and just world especially when considering a country’s legal system. For generations the legal system in the United States has not been fair to people of color and it’s important to raise awareness and advocate for an equitable justice system.