Social impact is a team sport.
PVO Global a collective of four enterprising leaders (Chinasa Nworu, Chi Ude, Dayo Okeniyi and Walu Mwalilno), connected by their passion for uplifting black culture and a commitment to social impact through a ‘Positive Vibes Only’ (PVO) lifestyle event series. In the spirit of collaborative ethos PVO Global celebrated its one-year anniversary in that fashion, through its Positive Vibes Only . PVO Global is committed to positive social impact and curates an environment of contribution through community partnerships with non-profits like Distant Relatives Project (Washington, D.C.), African Health Now (Nigeria/Ghana) and C.O.O.L. Kids (New York).
Kristen Renee Ingram, CEO + Executive Producer at PLUS ONE society, donated her time and agency resources to support this movement that included artists, athletes, politicians, executives and advocates like Naturi Naughton, Bresha Webb, Dayo Okeniyi, Clifton Crosby, Renny, Ezinne Kwubiri and others.
Additionally, the PVO team partnered with Distant Relatives Project, a non-profit organization based in Washington D.C. committed to providing access to resources to underserved communities, feeding over 200 local neighbors in the homeless community at Franklin Square Park in D.C..
“PVO is about bringing beautiful people together in a safe and perfectly curated environment. We celebrate individuals, brands and non-profits that are doing amazing inspiring work in their respective communities.” – Dayo Okeniyi, Actor & Co-Founder PVO Global
Ultimately, the event accomplished the goal of empowering the underserved community local to Washington, D.C. and bringing together dynamic leaders and change agents in Government, Technology, Finance, Health, Media, Fashion, Sports and Entertainment to celebrate black excellence.