Yetunde “Tunde” Janski-Ogunfidodo (she/her/hers) is a visual/performing artist and event producer, anti-oppression facilitator/trainer/consultant, and transformational coach with a focus on dismantling systemic oppression, especially in the worlds of philanthropy and the arts.
Driven by a love of meaningful experiences and a passion for equity, education, and (local and global) community-building, she has built a career initiating and supporting projects that make space for human connection, often involving elements of curation, convening, and collective visioning.
She currently finds particular joy in coaching folks through their socialization to the other side of oneness with themselves and connection to others. She can also be regularly found advising and working alongside organizations and institutions to align their work with envisioning and creating more equitable and restorative projects, initiatives, spaces, and communities.
In addition to this work, she has served on the national Emerging Leaders Council for Americans for the Arts, the steering committee of the Emerging Leaders in Philanthropy (EPIP) St. Louis chapter, and on various future-crafting committees in the St. Louis region.
In her free time, she can be found exploring the world through taste/flavor and taking copious pictures of delicious food, captivating skylines, and her cat, Bela and dog, Ari.
Photo Credit: Lindy Drew