Niambi Martin-John is a community mobilizer, social change advocate, teacher, author and fund development specialist. She has spent the last 23 years working in education, community engagement and fundraising at various levels.
Niambi is currently a highly sought-after keynote speaker, facilitator and trainer who advises growing nonprofit organizations in the areas of donor relations, stewardship, major gift fundraising and community engagement. She employs an integrated, mission centered approach to fundraising, collaborating with inter-organizational partners to drive revenue by leveraging government and public relations, research, education and program outcomes as donor opportunities.
Niambi uses her skills and experience to mentor and guide other fundraisers and nonprofit sector staff, as an instructor at Seneca College, Newnham Campus. Niambi teaches students enrolled in the Non-Profit Leadership Post Graduate Certificate Program, how to build relationships within the nonprofit sector, focusing on Collective Impact through cross sectoral partnerships to address complex social issues. She is also the Director of Development at the Stephen Lewis Foundation, an organization committed to delivering resources directly into the hands of the community-based organizations (CBOs) that are turning the tide of HIV & AIDS in Africa.