Francis Kalombo Ngoy was born in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Growing up he witnessed and endured injustice and extreme poverty. He believes that there is power in numbers and organized people for social justice and change. His beliefs led him to pursue a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Religion from Denison University in 2019. His passion for civic engagement, leadership, and community service motivated by empathy led him to serve as an elected class Senator and the first African male Student Body President, ensuring that equity is implemented at Denison University.
He has received multiple accolades for his efforts on Restorative Justice, Developmental Coaching Strategies, Political Endeavors, and Public Service with AmeriCorps-City Year Miami. He then went on to receive a Mini-Master of Business Administration from International Business Management Institute, 120-Hour TESOL/TEFL Teaching Accredited Certificate from World TESOL Academy, Master Transformational Life Coach certificate from Transformation Academy, Human Rights Education Training and Diplomatic Protocol & Business Etiquette Consultancy from US Institute of Diplomacy and Human Rights.
Francis is humbled and honored to be part of the Bring America Home Now team. It is his intention to bring servant, authentic, and empathic leadership to the role of Deputy Campaign Director for Bring America Home Now Campaign. Francis believes we will end homelessness and eradicate human suffering if we mobilize and unite as people and emphasize that housing is both a human right and civil right.