We are Unique Natives Interacting Together Elevating (U.N.I.T.E)

UNITE is an organization dedicated to empowering individuals and communities to achieve their educational and professional goals. Our identity is rooted in collaboration, innovation, and diversity. We believe that by working together and leveraging the strengths of our community, we can create meaningful and lasting change.

Executive Team

Louis K. Johnson III

Co-Founder, Executive Director & EducatoR

Louis Johnson is a Bay Area Native. He loves to engage in scientific research, tutor students in STEAM topics, and hang out with family and friends. He has a B.S. in Applied Mathematics and Physics from the University of the Pacific and an M.S. in Astrophysics from Princeton University. He is the co-founder of a non-profit called UNITE and is pursuing a career in the space science industry.

Giles Domkam founded Njoya Engineering in order to provide customary engineering services for communities in the developing world. His passion for infrastructural development in Afrika and the Afrikan diaspora inspired him to create Njoya. Domkam specializes in structural systems engineering and has experience in geospatial and logistical systems engineering as well as with STEM education.

Njoya Engineering is a firm that specializes in customary engineering for sustainable Afrikan centered infrastructural development. Our principles and practices stem from a long line of engineering tradition on the Afrikan continent that stems from Imhotep and blossoms with Mfon Njoya of Bamum. With partners on 4 continents, Njoya has an extensive record in international cooperation and is committed to state of the art sustainable development.

Giles Domkam

STEAM Curriculum Director, ENgineer, & Educator

Sandhya Nath

Executive Assistant & Educator

The thoughtfulness and groundedness in the organization makes me excited to make my mark and also grow within the org. I believe my radical imagination can thrive here resulting in nourishing the youth I work with. Thus in turn resulting in a symbiotic relationship of growth and trust. 

My role in the zombie apocalypse would be a community organizer and urge my group of trusted friends and family to stick together. However, I might end up actually being a zombie and then infect my community so we can survive as zombies!


Our Mission

Our Malengo is to Raise funds to build a school and provide culturally relevant education.

“The educational system for African Americans would have to contain a vision consistent with our heritage and our experiences. One component of that vision would have to be the specific rise and empowerment of our people.”

– Naim Akbar

K'Ren Spain

Liberal Arts Director, Educator, & Artist

Isa Bey

Treasurer, Engineer, Educator

Partners & Collaborators

Work We Have Done

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