INUA is a vibrant online digital publication dedicated to celebrating the leadership of Black and Brown individuals. We spotlight entrepreneurs, champions of social justice, and students of color who are making remarkable contributions. From the United States to the African diaspora and beyond to the Caribbean, we embrace all facets of “Blackness” with pride.
A notable CEO in the banking industry recently claimed, “There aren’t enough black talents.” Such statements and the recurrent narratives of being “the first black” in various roles or spaces underscore the ongoing struggle for representation. However, waiting for others to pave the way has consistently proven futile. We believe actions speak volumes. Following the example of other Black and Brown leaders who have intentionally created avenues to showcase talents, like Tyler Perry who has established platforms where people of color are acknowledged and revered for outstanding achievements in their respective fields.
“INUA” originates from Swahili, meaning “to elevate.” At INUA Magazine, under the themes of “Leadership, Tourism, and Global Culture,” we aim to elevate our diverse communities of Brown and Black leaders who are forging new paths and deserve recognition across various domains:
- Higher education
- Science and technology
- Health and wellness
- Diversity and inclusion
- Criminal justice
- Business and Finance
- Environmental sustainability
Furthermore, we endeavor to showcase the richness of global cultures, spanning from the Caribbean to Africa. Let’s uplift one another through INUA’s platform, championing excellence and diversity every step of the way!
Dr. Rixon O. Campbell is a seasoned expert in leadership and organizational development, boasting over two decades of invaluable experience in corporate America, particularly within the hospitality and tourism sector, as well as higher education. Throughout his career, Rixon has held various executive roles and currently serves as the President and CEO of RixonOCGroup Consulting & Communications (ROCG), LLC in the USA. He also leads RixonOCGroup, Ghana, Limited, offering strategic guidance and vision to the team.
At ROCG, Rixon spearheads leadership development initiatives across diverse sectors, coaches effective team building, provides organizational management advice, delivers customer service management training, and facilitates international student recruitment for higher education institutions.
Beyond his professional endeavors, Rixon is deeply committed to community development through philanthropy. He proudly serves as the President of the Shakers and Movers Educational (SAME) Foundation in the USA and Ghana, an NGO dedicated to serving underserved communities.
Driven by his passion for social justice, Rixon advocates for global citizenship and believes in the collective power of communities to effect positive change. He champions diversity and inclusion as crucial components for societal progress, asserting that embracing these values enables communities to harness the strengths that attract individuals to noble causes, thereby fostering greater well-being for all.
Rixon’s academic achievements are equally impressive, holding a Bachelor of Science in Hospitality and Tourism Management, a Master of Science in Organizational Management, a Doctor of Business Administration, and a Post-Doctoral Graduate Certificate in Hospitality and Tourism Administration from Florida International University. Additionally, he is a certified hospitality trainer (CHT), further solidifying his expertise in the field.
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