Kenya Luvert’s page on Audioboom
EugCast host Adam Wendt had the honor and pleasure of interviewing Kenya Luvert inside our studio at Trifoia in Eugene, OR.
Kenya Luvert, a Clinical Social Work Associate, talks about some of the difficulties about living in Oregon as a person of color. Kenya, a CSWA (Clinical Social Work Associate), has earned her Master’s degree in Social Work (MSW). Kenya is a positive individual who loves to encourage herself and others to become their best self and to utilize the unique gifts and talents in each of us to benefit the surrounding community. She believes we can all be living, loving and learning in the present, holistically, with the whole mind, body and spirit. She seeks to give these gifts, among other ways, through mentor relationships.
Kenya served many years as a volunteer for the Eugene/Springfield NAACP branch in the role of mentor coordinator for African American youth completing a project in the Visual or Performing Arts, Humanities, and/or Sciences, encouraging them to identify and utilize their gifts and talents and share that with the community, and is spearheading a new campaign named the ACT-SO Program
NAACP ACT-SO Program
Interview recorded 11/01/18 at Trifoia with Adam Wendt