Kyndall Osibodu

Kyndall is from the US South by way of Chicago. She writes and creatively exists at the intersections of well-being, entrepreneurship, and motherhood. She has spent the last ten years advocating for increased investments in the leadership, power, and well-being of girls and women of color through participatory philanthropy, community organizing, and education.

In addition to her philanthropic work, she is the Founder of The Runner’s Apothecary, a recovery brand for athletes. She is passionate about increased capital access to women of color entrepreneurs, Black motherhood and maternal health, and the intersections of movement and recovery. All of her work is driven by her faith, womanism, and her desire to increase well-being and good health for all.



Black Women + Entrepreneurship: Capital, Network, and Educational Access

Black Maternal Health: The Accessibility and Sisterhood of Care

The Runner’s Apothecary: Recovery + Rest in Sport and Life

Participatory Philanthropy: Creating a Culture of Shared Leadership + Safety


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