Raynah Kamau

Raynah Kamau is a Kenyan native who has been living in the US since 2013. She is co-founder of Black Girls MAPP and works as a strategic adviser for partners at Esri. Black Girls MAPP focuses on community mapping and evangelizing GIS in underserved and underrepresented communities. The group celebrates black women in the field of GIS and uses maps and apps to visualize social justice issues—using location intelligence to amplify the voices of marginalized and unheard communities.

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Breaking Business Barriers: A Pioneer’s Story

A childhood passion for geography led a business analyst in Ghana to improve her company's cost of distribution through location intelligence.

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How Business Leaders Can Follow Through on Racial Equity Commitments

As businesses pledge to address racial injustice, location intelligence points execs toward racial equity goals in the company and the community.

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