Venita possesses 15+ years of experience leading successful advocacy, digital, and multicultural marketing campaigns. She currently serves as the digital campaigner for a national nonprofit that identifies and amplifies the organizing power and leadership of Black, Indigenous, People of Color.

In addition to the duties of her full-time role, Venita worked to organize millions of women of color voters during the 2020 election cycle, mobilized low-income workers to call for passage of the HEROES Act, provided digital support in an attempt to defeat the passage of Amendment One in her home state of Louisiana, and served as the lead digital consultant on a national COVID relief project which, among other victories, worked to win a mask mandate in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

She is a 2021-2022 Stanford University Center for Comparative Studies in Race & Ethnicity practitioner fellow, a member of the Chicago Foundation for Women’s South Side Giving Circle, and a co-chair of the foundation's Women of Color United Giving Council. She also serves as the Chicago Co-Director for ChickTech, a national nonprofit that engages women of all ages in the technology industry.

A New Orleans native, Venita lives in Chicago’s Hyde Park neighborhood.