Client Testimonials

“It has been a joy getting to know Divinity. She is a strong youth development leader and is truly wise beyond her years.” -Heather DuCloux, Center Executive YMCA of Greater Cleveland

“Divinity is an excellent strategist and communicator. She has helped me develop my personal brand as a multi-talented entertainment professional with networks in New York and Los Angeles. I am constantly impressed by Divinity’s work ethic, creativity, honesty and commitment to her clients. I enjoy working with her.” ~ Venessa Gopaul, Media Personality

“I met Divinity in 2006 when she was a contestant in the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Miss Black and Gold Scholarship Pageant. From my first encounter with Divinity, I was impressed with her intellectual energy, professionalism, integrity, and leadership style. Divinity has been involved with The DFirm for the past 7 years. She continues to exceed my expectations with her passion and dedication to social justice, education, and poverty alleviation in the U.S. and the Horn of Africa. Divinity’s problem-solving skills, commitment to teamwork, and global understanding have contributed significantly to the overall growth and development of TDF.” – Managing Partner, The DFirm

 “I worked with Divinity to re-brand African Woman Magazine using social media. Divinity successfully developed and implemented a strategy to leverage digital media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter to engage consumers, sponsors and corporate advertisers in East Africa.” – Annet Mbabazi, Former Editor-In-Chief, African Woman Magazine

 Divinity in Uganda“Divinity is an influential leader who motivates and inspires others. She has utilized her exceptional management, communication, and interpersonal skills to generate support from other Board Members for new, bolder fundraising initiatives and best practices that will help AGYA International achieve financial sustainability. Divinity has challenged the Board to think critically about diversifying our revenue-generating activities, which has encouraged us to pursue a model that is more business-oriented than traditional non-profit.” -Dr. Charisma Acey, Professor Austin Knowlton School of Architecture, Ohio State University & Board Member, AGYA International

 “Divinity’s courage to leave traditional post-college expectations behind and follow her heart is inspirational. It is incredible all that she has been able to accomplish at such a young age. I know that she has and will continue to touch many lives through her work with Matovu Consulting and other organizations.” -Nailah Blades, Co-Founder Donna + Nailah

“While filming a documentary in Uganda in 2011, I witnessed the incredible achievements that Divinity made during her time as AGYA’s Executive Director. I was so impressed by the way AGYA trains youth to lead and take ownership of the organization, that I shifted the focus of my film from teen pregnancy to an in-depth look into the lives of 5 of AGYA’s most talented, promising youth leaders. The name of the film also changed from Hope’s Child, stories of teenage mothers living in urban poverty in Uganda, to Drinking From The Well: Stories From AGYA. The documentary film captures Divinity and her team in action as they work day-in and day-out to provide free services, training, nourishment, education, and economic opportunities to youth who see the AGYA Community Center as a safe haven and beacon of hope in an impoverished community where the average family of 5 survives on $1.50 per day.” – Skinner Myers, Founder One Hand Clapping Pictures & Director Drinking From The Well: Stories From AGYA

Divinity filming with Skinner and his documentary crew in Uganda.
Divinity filming with Skinner and his documentary crew in Uganda.