Enni Aigbomian uses storytelling and visual media to advocate for disenfranchised communities in the U.S. and abroad. Her work focuses on the African diaspora and Indigenous communities in the Americas, as well as the socio-economic rights of women and children.
A communicator for social change, Enni has collaborated with international community media and nonprofits such as World Young Women’s Christian Association, Fundación CEDESOCIAL, Vokaribe Radio, and HOPE Worldwide, Bolivia. She has worked with Philadelphia community media and nonprofits such as the American Friends Service Committee, FunTimes Magazine, and Philatinos Radio. Enni served as the first head of communications at Read by 4th, Philadelphia’s grade-level reading campaign managed by the Free Library of Philadelphia. She seasonally teaches a course on Latin American Media at Temple University.
Enni is currently leading communications at Independence Public Media Foundation, an organization that is building power with communities across Greater Philadelphia through creative media/media-making owned and led by the people. She's the digital communications board member at Shelterforce Magazine, a 47-year-old national nonprofit publication centered around the fight for healthy communities.
Enni uses Adobe Creative tools such as InDesign and Premier Rush to create story templates and videos, respectively. She's also uses Canva and GIMP 2.0 (an open-source photo editor similar to Photoshop).