Tribe Network is thrilled to announce the addition of Justice Faith as an advisor. In this role, Justice will advise Tribe on organizational management and entrepreneurship program development.
“I have always been inspired by the power of community and the value of convening those united by a common mission. I am particularly excited about the emergence of a dedicated hub to foster an ecosystem for Black and Indigenous entrepreneurship in Canada. We know that diversity is our strength, and I am confident that Tribe Network will play an instrumental role in advancing diverse communities in this country to the benefit of all Canadians.” said Justice.
Justice is the co-founder of Révolutionnaire. She left her job as a management consultant to build Révolutionnaire, the social network for changemakers with her sister, Nia. Justice was inspired by her sister’s own journey with Révolutionnaire and the question of what it would look like if more young people with a dream of making the world a better place had access to the tools, network, and information necessary to scale their impact.
Justice is an alumna of the Dual BA Program Between Columbia University and Sciences Po Paris. Justice graduated from Columbia as valedictorian with degrees in political science and law. She sits on the city of Toronto Anti-Black Racism Advisory Committee, is the co-founder of a high school entrepreneurship workshop teaching 250+ students across four continents, was a youth delegate to the United Nations, and former intern for Arianna Huffington at Thrive Global.
“Our community will benefit from having Justice support management and the development of entrepreneurship programs at Tribe Network — we are very fortunate to have her join us. Justice understands the types of experiences the next generation of entrepreneurs and leaders are looking for. Her work leading Révolutionnaire is special and we have a lot to learn from her.” said Alfred Burgesson, Founder at Tribe Network.