Nikisha Evans

Graduate of 2021

The Bahamas

Nikisha Evans is an Entrepreneur at heart and a Licensed Paralegal of The Law Society of Ontario. Her passion for justice, love for advocacy and compassion for others guides her in representing clients in her Paralegal practice, Evans Paralegal Services. Nikisha is also the President of The Congress of Black Women Canada London Chapter, which is one of nine Chapters under the Congress of Black Women Canada Ontario Region. Nikisha has held various Managerial roles in companies over her career. In addition, Nikisha is an author of a 52-week devotional, In His Arms. As a mentor, she helps people discover their authentic self. She has obtained a Bachelor of Science in Professional Management with graduate diplomas in Human Resource Management and Honors in Paralegal Studies.

Nikisha enjoys reading, journaling, traveling, spending quality time with dear friends and motivating others to be their best self. 

 

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