Teju’s work is intersectional and transnational with a focus on connecting the dots between issues. Her foundation in spatial equity, environmental justice and urbanism allows her to address the most pressing topics of our time. Teju supports artists and activists, as well as communities and organizations who are mapping / making alternative futures.

Teju is available for

  • consulting with organizations, cultural institutions & local governments

  • facilitating trainings and workshops for convenings, conferences, collectives & nonprofits

  • on-site research projects and research design

  • speaking engagements

Topics Include: alternative / cultural geographies, inclusive climate / environmental justice, equitable narratives & resilient futures