MS, NPL, Deputy Director of Training and Capacity Building
India Blunt is a community educator and organizer with over a decade of experience in anti-oppression and equity work in Philadelphia. She now serves as the Deputy Director of Training and Capacity Building at AccessMatters. To this work she brings a critical lens developed through the study and practice of black feminisms, reproductive justice, and gender justice.
India has dedicated her work to improving the material conditions of, and centering the needs, agency, and self-determination of folks of the African diaspora, specifically girls, women, and all gender oppressed peoples. To this end she has developed and facilitated workshops and trainings on the topics of racial justice, power and privilege, and anti-capitalism. She’s also worked with various community groups, agencies, and professionals providing technical assistance and strategic direction in building just, equitable, and affirming organizations.
She holds a BA in Sociology from Temple University and an MS from La Salle University’s School of Business in Nonprofit Leadership. Prior to joining AccessMatters she worked as a Performance Manager with the Philadelphia’s Department of Human Services where she advocated for the educational rights of children and youth in the foster care system.