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Jad-Évangelo is a global inclusion and cross-cultural business strategist, educator, and award-winning filmmaker. As a DEI Facilitator, he focuses on inclusive strategies at the core of global learning, intersectionality and multicultural connections.
Jad-Évangelo has extensive corporate, nonprofit, and entrepreneurial experience as a public speaker, curriculum developer, business consultant, and facilitator in the Middle East, North Africa, and North America. Prior to joining the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, he worked with agencies BBDO, Wunderman Thompson, McCann, and Transperfect for clients including Lululemon, Nissan, Pepsi, and McDonald’s.
Jad-Évangelo is an advisory board member of the LGBTQ Institute at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights. He teaches multi-cultural marketing and communications at Post University, West Virginia University, and the University of North Texas. Of Middle Eastern/Arab descent with partial Haitian/Caribbean heritage, Jad-Évangelo is fluent in five languages including French, Spanish, Arabic, and Créole. He obtained a Master of Arts in digital storytelling from Parsons School of Design at The New School. Jad-Évangelo was named to the Arab American Foundation’s Top 30 Under 30 list in 2022. As a content creator, he has been published in The Black Wall Street Times, and directed/produced the short documentary “Once Upon a Color.”