Constance Iloh

Constance Iloh is a strategist, qualitative methodologist, anthropologist, visual artist, and photographer. Constance’s work embraces human-centered, contextually-relevant, and ecological approaches. In doing so, Iloh illumines identity, human behavior, culture, and forms of oppression within social contexts and organizations. Some of Iloh’s work includes, “Academia as an Incubator of Oppression and Violence: A Closer Look at Academic Mobbing and Bullying Offline and Online” and “Do It for the Culture: The Case for Memes in Qualitative Research.” Constance Iloh especially invokes the power of photography and visual artistry. Iloh has been featured by Photo Vogue, Politico, Forbes, and National Public Radio (NPR). She has been invited to speak and share her expertise with the Tavis Smiley Show, the University Innovation Alliance, and NBC Universal to name a few. Iloh has also served as an Associate Professor at Azusa Pacific University. Constance is one of the few named to the break-out stars of the Forbes 30 under 30 list. You can learn more about Dr. Constance Iloh by visiting her website.

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