Vanice Dunn

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Vanice Dunn is an equity and communications strategist with experience designing and executing strategies for mission-driven clients, especially those focused on racial equity and justice. Vanice began to hone her skills in social justice advocacy in an organic way — as a young girl of color in a small southern town, her existence itself became a political statement. Her passion eventually led her to the Provoc team where she serves as Director of Equity. Whether leading strategy projects or facilitating equity workshops, Vanice is constantly seeking opportunities to support closing outcome gaps in marginalized communities. By rooting her work in a womanist lens, Vanice has a particular passion for projects that combat the “isms” — including racism, classism, and sexism. In her spare time, as a co-founder of the Dismantle Collective, Vanice works to dismantle white supremacy through radical transparency, community convening, and joy.

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