Nikki Clarke is a Jamaican born, ordained lay pastor with over 25 years of experience as a community activist, motivational speaker as well as a Canadian Radio and Television Personality. Nikki is the founder, producer, and host of the multiple award-winning talk show, The Nikki Clarke Show on Afroglobal TV, Bell Fibe 2472, Rogers 708, and on www.nikkiclarkenetwork.com
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Nikki was elected the President of the Ontario Black History Society in 2015, serves on The Human Trafficking Advisory Board in Peel, is Director of Policy and Research for Keep 6ix, an organization that supports the prevention of youth in the criminal justice system, and a member of the Black Community Advisory Council of the United Way of Greater Toronto.
In addition to releasing her fourth book,” 9 Virtues that Covid Taught Me- A Playbook for Never Giving Up” in December 2020, Nikki is a contributor to Soulful Image Magazine for which she offers articles on faith and business. Nikki’s awards and accolades are many including voted 100 Black Women In Canada to Watch by CIBWE, Top 10 Inspirational Woman by Soulful Image Awards, Leadership Excellence by the Nigerian Canadian Newspaper, Leadership Excellence Award from the Nigerian Canadian Newspaper as well as Fem Leadership Award by Illuminessence Magazine.
“Travel bridges people together. Through our encounters with people in various countries, we can embrace similarities and marvel at the differences. These enriching experiences help us grow to become more compassionate and well- rounded individuals. The gift of travel helps to embrace others and leave an imprint on new friends we meet along the way, transforming each other, one country at a time.”