Eboni was engaged in animal rights protests, displaced outreach, and local political campaigns in her hometown of Chicago by the time she was an adolescent- as the child of a former Black Panther dad, and teacher union leader mom. As a resident of Atlanta, she became a member of the grassroots organization FTP Movement in 2008, which also started Siafu Youth Corps, a free urban scouts program for inner-city youth. Eboni has organized with Amnesty International and Georgians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty on anti-death penalty and prison abolition efforts, most notably the fight to exonerate Troy Davis. Professionally, Eboni worked as a childcare provider, early childhood educator, and doula since 2001. Joining the “Fight for $15” as a member of the National Domestic Workers Alliance led her to begin contracting with Right to the City in 2017, before joining the national staff in 2020. In her free time, Eboni is an autism advocate for parents, inspired and trained by her own son’s challenges and accomplishments being on the spectrum. She spends most of her time sharing her comic book collection with him, and entertaining the interests of her singing-ballerina-tomboy-princess of a daughter. She also loves contributing google maps reviews as a Google Local Guide, playing Spades, and dancing in her kitchen to hip-hop, dusties, and classic rock while cooking veganized and pescatarian gourmet, soul and ethnic foods.