Ebonee Rice is one of the most compelling voices of her generation. She is an activist who advocates on behalf of women and girls globally. Her primary interests are in strengthening the physical, social, economic and spiritual wellbeing of women and girls by addressing the systemic challenges facing these populations both internationally and here in the United States.
Ebonee is the Chief Ambassador for the International Black Women’s Public Policy Institute (IBWPPI), the U.S. Ambassador for Artisan Apparel Uganda (a Ugandan-based business using fashion and design to end poverty through the creation of jobs for Artisans), and works in health care reform in the Greater Washington D.C. area. Her portfolio includes women’s interests groups and millennial coalitions.
In addition, Ebonee is the Guest Experience Director at iNgage Church where the mission is to see a generation healed and a city changed through the hope of Jesus Christ. She passionately serves under Pastors Nelson and Archelle Bowen. To learn more about iNgage Church, visit us online.
Finally, Ebonee is a two-time alumna of the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. There she earned a Master of Communication Management Degree, with a specialization in health and social change. Ebonee’s human communication research, both during her matriculation through academia and beyond, has positioned her as a sought-after thought leader and expert in the areas of social responsibility and civic engagement.