We fight against the marketing and sale of deadly tobacco
products to Black people.
Onjewel Smith has worked in the nonprofit sector for more than 20 years helping organizations and communities build their capacity for sustainable change. She has conducted sessions on grassroots advocacy, coalition building, strategic planning, and fundraising. Throughout her career, Onjewel has helped develop strategic alliances between local coalitions, and community-based organizations. Onjewel served as the Deputy Director of the National African American Tobacco Prevention Network. She worked closely with communities throughout the country to reduce tobacco industry presence (products, marketing, and influence) in African American communities. Onjewel currently serves as a Southern States Strategist for Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights and the ANR Foundation.