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13. Natalie Cofield Nathalie Cofield is the Founder & CEO of Walker’s Legacy, a global women in business collective and Urban Co-Lab, a shared co-working community for urban innovators. She previously served as the President & CEO of the Greater Austin Black Chamber of Commerce where her work resulted in award-winning, case-studied, nationally covered acclaim including the development #IAMBLACKAUSTIN. Her work has spanned continents, communities and corporations and can currently be found impacting lives and bottom- lines at organizations in cities like Austin, New York, DC, LA, Nairobi and beyond. Rina Shah 15. 14. Rina Shah is the President and Founder of Rilax Strategies and has been a political and social commentator for various networks, such as the award-winning PBS show “To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbé”, “The Daily Ledger” on One America News and is a weekly Washington correspondent on the WXJB 99.9FM morning radio show. She has served as a Congressional Aide in the U.S. House of Representatives and as Vice President of the Tigerlily Foundation. washington 16’ MADE TO LOVE Edda Coleman Edda Collins Coleman is the Co-Founder and Chief Public Affairs Officer for All In Together, a non-profit campaign dedicated to American women’s political and civic engagement. Edda serves as an adjunct professor in American University’s School of Communication, Department of Public Communication. In addition to keynote presentations at other national universities and conferences, her insights have appeared in media outlets such as Huffington Post, The Hill, Forbes and the DailyWorth. 16. Kirby Bumpus Kirby is a Policy Advisor at the U.S Department of Health and Human Services. Kirby has previously served as the Associate Deputy Director for Policy at Let’s Move! at the White House. Kirby’s career has focused on improving the lives of Americans throughout their lifespan. She is an experienced provider of counseling and sexual health education to a variety of populations. While in graduate school, she worked with the Harlem Health Promotion Center as a Health Educator for the Mobile Health team. Kirby has worked with the education team at Robin Hood Foundation as a program officer, managing and evaluating a portfolio focused on after- school programs and mental health school based clinics. made-magazine.com | 48