The leadership of the National Society of Black Engineers is deeply distressed by the escalating crises around the world. Our hearts go out to the people of Haiti and Afghanistan, as the latest catastrophes and displacements add to far-reaching consequences of decades of suffering and injustice.

On Aug. 14, the…

Janeen Uzzell, the “Chief Extrovert Officer” Image by Myleen Hollero/Wikimedia Foundation

Life and leadership during COVID-19 as a “Chief Extrovert Officer”

Planning, order, outcomes, fixing. Those are some words that anyone who knows or meets me would immediately associate with my personality. I’ve spent the bulk of my career doing some sort of work in the space of operations and business…

Last week I was reading a bible study on the YouVersion Bible App called “Dangerous Prayers,” by Craig Groeschel of Life Church. I was challenged by the theme and what I know about the power of prayer, and so I thought this would be a good point of focus. Each…

Janeen and her cousin at the National Museum of African American History and Culture. (Photo credit: Vanessa Scercy-Mitchell)

In 2016, I was a guest at the grand opening of the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, DC. It was an incredible event, celebrating the culmination of decades of persistence to document and showcase the contributions of African Americans. …

Each month a dear friend and I have been committed to writing declarations that we speak over our lives daily for that 30 day period. It’s a way of submitting our desires and plans to God, and asking Him to bless and order our steps. It also keeps us encouraged…

Janeen Uzzell

Simply put, I love storytelling, and am on a mission to use my words as a change agent for lives, communities and the world.

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