Stella Nyanchama Okemwa
Stella is an expert in the fight against racism and discrimination.
She has two master degrees in Education and in social & cultural anthropology, respectively obtained from the Free University of Brussels (VUB) & The Catholic University of Belgium (KUL). She conducted her anthropological research/fieldwork in Kenya, focusing on such themes as gender relations and the differentiated male/female access to the micro- & macro resources, spatial orientation, traditional healing systems, power (lessness) & violence. She has published several articles pertaining to these themes and is still actively engaged in the academic field as a guest lecturer in the KUL and the CIMIC.
She is currently employed as an educator, consultant and coach at a non-governmental organization - Hand in Hand Against Racism that addresses issues pertaining to racism, discrimination and equal rights.