Yoletta Nyange is a writer and a television producer. She has three degrees, speaks five languages and has a decade of experience using her gift of capturing and turning tensions into transitions.
From her background, Nyange has learned to navigate across relationships, cultures and events flawlessly. Nyange has crafted a track record consistently creating original content for television programmes such as BBC Africa Eye, Al Jazeera English Witness and CNN International Connect the World among other global media outlets. Her work sparks global conversations that shrink the space between peoples and places. Nyange regularly writes for Tortoise, The Guardian, The Times, The Independent, The New African Woman, Der Spiegel, Le Courrier International and others.
As a scholar and igniter, Yoletta Nyange has taught religion and politics to first generation Latino students at Florida International University School of International and Public Affairs in Miami as well as contributed to the African Centre for Migration and Society of the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg. Yoletta Nyange’s consistency, creativity and innovation attract those who seek out high value services with a brilliant global perspective.