My name is Lyse-Pascale Inamuco and I am a former refugee and a proud Canadian from Burundian-Rwandan origins.
In 2014, I graduated from the University of Ottawa with a Honours Bachelor of Social Sciences in Conflict Studies and Human Rights (with 15 credits in Civil Law).
I am a consultant in Conflict resolution and Equity with more than ten years of customer service experience and four years as a public servant. I am a passionate activist and advocate for the community.
I love seeing the community organizing and that’s why I am a director at 613-819 Black Hub Noir and very much involved in the Burundian and Rwandan community. I also co-chaired the Women’s March Ottawa among other volunteer-led efforts.
I am also engaged in creating a just and equitable society by organizing and co-leading anti-Black racism workshops for various institutions. I believe that representation matters and that it is time for real change.