close the opportunity gap, today.

 
 Wilson K. Nitunga, MBA
 

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Wilson K. Nitunga, MBA

Wilson is a Business Instructor at Portland Community College. Wilson helps schools and organizations close the opportunity gap amongst Black students and employees. As an entrepreneur, speaker and educator, Wilson's work and success has earned him a recognition as one of the Portland Business Journal 40 Under 40 class of 2020. 

Personalized talks for corporations, schools and business groups.

 
 Personal Mastery: personal and professional development content. Firsthand experience growing up in poverty and overcoming obstacles. Learn how to take control and own your future.

 Diversity, Equity and Inclusion: Firsthand experience talking about diversity. Learn best practices and tools to close the opportunity gap in schools and the workforce.  
 
 Inclusive Leadership: Advanced leadership and inclusion training for employees and administrators. Learn how to lead within and amongst the levels of self, others, and organization
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Wilson did a remarkable job of speaking to the hearts of everybody in attendance and he had us all really well prepared to go out and do our job.
Dr. Brian Maher
executive director and cEO,
SD Board of Regents
Wilson speaks from an experience that the majority of us will never know or understand. He speaks with strong conviction.

Carl Tonjes
PRESIDENT, ComPro Inc.

bringing out the greatness in you

WK School

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WK Corporate

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WK Coaching

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