Welcome to the 20th Annual Allied Media Conference!

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N'Deye Diakhate

Baltimore Corps Fellow
N'Deye Diakhate is a multidisciplinary artist and designer with a love of people, design thinking, and liberation. A current Baltimore Corps Fellow, they are the new Communications and Development Manager for Baltimore Dance Crews Project - a nonprofit after-school program with the goal of providing hip-hop dance programs as an outlet for Baltimore's youth. While also passionate about collaboration, N'Deye is a member of BALTI GURLS, a women of color art collective that develops platforms and creative safe space for women of color artists. With love, the group of black women creates programming including panel discussions, screenings, gallery shows and music events. N'Deye's personal work is based around identity and narratives surrounding race, gender, sexuality, class, and mental health. They use typography, pattern making, and publications to critique these concepts within dominant society. As a freelance designer their time is spent working with local businesses throughout Baltimore.