Executive Directors

Get to know a bit about the Executive Directors of CBPN

Nancy Wanye
CO-Executive Director
Nancy is a bilingual public policy professional with cross-sector experience in the public service, energy industry, and non-profit sectors. She is a skilled and solution-driven professional with a strong background in stakeholder engagement, strategy, communications, project management, and research and analysis skills. 
Currently, she works for the Petroleum Services Association of Canada (PSAC) as a Policy Analyst to help advance advocacy for energy services companies. Previously, she worked as an Advocacy Advisor for the Graduate Students’ Association of the University of Calgary where she led the organization’s stakeholder relations, research and advocacy, issue management, and regulatory reporting in support of the Board of Directors’ mandates. She holds a Master of Public Policy degree from the University of Calgary, and a Bilingual Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Alberta. 
Nancy looks forward to increasing civic engagement and advocacy of Black communities across Canada.
Eunice K. Yeboah
Co-founder & Executive Director

Eunice Kays Yeboah is the Co-Founder of the Toronto Black Policy Conference and Co-Founder & Executive Director of the Canadian Black Policy Network. She is also the Anti-Racism Policy Consultant at the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC).

She is very passionate about confronting anti-Black racism and all forms of racism and discrimination; government and public policy, and has spent over 5 years working in varied roles with municipalities and the Province of Ontario. Recognized for outstanding early career success and impactful volunteerism, Eunice was recently selected as part of York  University’s Inaugural Top 30 Changemakers Under 30 list and received the inaugural IPAC Toronto Region New Professional Award.


Eunice is an alumna of Seneca College, York University’s Liberal Arts and Professional Studies and University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy, and has featured in various campaigns, articles and initiatives at all three schools.