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Dec 1, 2020

In episode 11 of Mission: Impact, some of the topics that Carol and her guest, Nyacko Perry, discussed include:

  • Addressing accountability of past actions as a method of moving forward
  • Creating a healthy environment with room for employees to care for their mental health
  • The process of making change in an organizational structure
  • The disconnect between many organizations’ missions and their internal culture
  • The disconnect between front-line workers, the people running many nonprofit organizations, and the communities they serve
  • Thoughts on how organizational change happens
  • How systems exploit vulnerable populations


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Guest Information: 

Nyacko Perry utilizes a systems-thinking approach to assist individuals, community groups, and organizations, in creating more inclusive cultures. Her decade long career as a transformational change agent includes national and international facilitation with non-profit, corporate, and government agencies. Nyacko is the founder of Yin Consulting, a collaborative focused on personal, organizational and systemic healing.

She is the Organization Development Partner at the much-anticipated Comfort Kitchen, a restaurant, community meeting space, and a food incubator dedicated to fostering collaboration, cross-cultural understanding, and community engagement. Nyacko also serves as a member of the Advisory Board for the Action Boston Community Development, Inc.

Roxbury/N. Dorchester Opportunity Center. Nyacko holds an M.S. in Organization Development, with distinction, from American University. She is also a 500-hour professional level yoga teacher, an Afro Flow Yoga® certified teacher, and weaves her

mindfulness expertise into her consulting work.


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