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All you need is a little push!

Founder & Social Impact Consultant

Hi there! I'm Kawanza Billy, a facilitator, social impact consultant, and storyteller with over a decade of experience leading community-centered initiatives. I've been organizing for change since I was a child, and my advocacy career officially began in Southeast Queens, Harlem, and Brooklyn, where I served as an outreach coordinator for The Public Advocate of New York. I graduated from the City University of NY, John Jay College, with a degree in Political Science with a concentration in Community and Urban Affairs.

My passion for education and community engagement eventually led me to move to Washington, DC. In the nation's capital, I had the opportunity to work in various roles at education companies and nonprofits. Here, I was introduced to emergent strategy, liberatory design, and popular education techniques and tools that profoundly influenced my work.

I am the proud founder of K.Billy Push. I direct youth advocacy programs, coordinate leadership fellowships, build and facilitate community engagement initiatives, and assist companies in addressing essential questions about education, environmental justice, and access to emerging markets. Additionally, I serve as the National Advocacy Chair for the National Urban League Young Professionals, advocating for economic empowerment, civil rights, and social justice.

My dedication to community engagement is reflected in my accomplishments, which include designing culturally inclusive advocacy events, developing a leadership curriculum that supports over 100 after-school sites, leading retreats for community-based organizations, and training more than 250 community leaders in the Metro DC area.

When I'm not facilitating or designing sustainable solutions, I enjoy creating nutritious and delicious recipes, producing cultural content, and practicing the art of nap ministry. With my knowledge and experience, I strive to be a force for change, inspiring and empowering others to shine their light.


What I do?  Who I do it for?

K. Billy Push is here to help you make an impact! Utilizing my resources and network, I create and improve social impact initiatives. Through thought partnership, stakeholder engagement, program development, and evaluation, I support clients in effectively sharing campaigns, information, programs, and training.

I embrace a community-centered approach to social impact, believing that meaningful progress is achieved by working together. I'm committed to creating sustainable change and empowering people through equitable and transformative social solutions.

Let me give you a little push!

#inspire #create #liberate




Consulting and Facilitation

Leverage support to get the best out of your ideas.

K.Billy Push provides comprehensive consulting and facilitation services tailored to your needs. Our job is to provide guidance and coaching, offering unparalleled insights and thought leadership in creating or improving your social impact. Whether an agency, service-based company, school, or corporate environment, we guide leaders down a proven path of sustainable change and results.

A Little Push: Youth Empowerment

Guidance and mentorship from leaders of today for leaders of tomorrow.

A Little Push is an initiative that works to unlock the potential of young people. We specialize in providing innovative training and guidance to youth, staff, and key stakeholders to help create meaningful civic engagement and service-learning opportunities. Our unique approach encourages youth to generate ideas, develop skills and create real-world solutions that have a lasting, positive impact on the world.


The Push & Pull Project

Impact the Movement

We are proud to offer our advocacy edutainment pop-ups and training service. We collaborate with clients, coalitions, and stakeholders to develop advocacy issue campaigns and build out activities and activation to accelerate the cause. In addition, we design GOTV (Get-Out-The-Vote) and voter engagement outreach strategies that are both educational and engaging.

Let us help you mobilize.

"Kawanza is a great person with great energy. She is always open to listening to your ideas and creating opportunities and possibilities to have your ideas and visions turn out. For example, I came to her with an idea about doing an interview to create exposure for my non-profit Coins for Humanity and she created an opportunity for that interview to happen! She is very vocal about what it takes to be successful. Most importantly, she's a reminder that we have the power to create the lives that we want to see for ourselves."

Jibri Olugbala Douglass
Director of Coins for Humanity

"The best word to describe Kawanza Billy is LEADERSHIP. I attended a vision board party a friend of mine invited me to. The moment I sat down, I heard this woman speak about how impactful vision boards can be. She talked about choice. I asked, are you a coach? She said yes. She certainly was, and is. Her name is Kawanza, and her coaching helped me map out the vision I had for my life at the time. I wanted and needed that. I am so thankful for my first time experience with Kawanza, and every time I've met her since then has been extraordinary. She pays attention, and always remembers your last conversation. Her leadership had certainly left a lasting impression with me."

Florence K Saint-Jean
Executive Director at Global Trauma Research Inc.

Kawanza is an exceptional social impact leader and strategist. I had the pleasure to work alongside her, while serving as President of a Washington DC based non-profit executive. Her agility, ingenuity and strategic thinking, helped propel our organization and set the foundation for our growth, impact and philanthropic trajectory.

Genaro Stewart

National Security Policy Director, Nonprofit Executive, Social Impact Speaker

"The sessions were insightful and I am walking back to the organisation a better employee. She is terrific , she is braced with information to transform leaders. I have learned practical ways for a company to attain excellence."

Mabel B.Lutalo

Central Bank of Uganda


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“You don't make progress by standing on the sidelines, whimpering and complaining. You make progress by implementing ideas.” 

― Shirley Chisholm

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