Sylvie Ngo Bigda
Trained as an interpreter, she makes the expertise of the people in its community visible.
Trained as an interpreter, and as a black woman, she is aware of the importance of making the expertise of people from her community visible. Her many services reflect her willingness to use her linguistic and communication skills to educate.
As an activist who was exposed to racism from an early age, she sees her migratory biography as an opportunity to contribute to improving living conditions in her community. Aware that she can bring about change, she is committed to providing ongoing support to victims of racism in dealing with their experiences.