Damon Gbuduala Azali-Rojas

Damon Gbuduala Azali-Rojas

Damon Gbuduala Azali-Rojas, PCC, is a coach, community organizer, and priest in the Yoruba spiritual tradition of Ifa, focused on helping leaders evolve as change agents and a spiritual beings. His coaching and training work lives in the sweet spot between a radical social justice vision and dynamic connection with spirit. He supports spiritual seekers with a social conscience to connect heaven and earth and fulfill their life purpose in service of the community.

Before being introduced to professional coaching in 2009, Azali-Rojas was a civil rights community organizer for 10 years at the Labor/Community Strategy Center in Los Angeles, where his work focused on social change and race, class and gender equity. Today, he continues to push the evolution of how the coaching field acknowledges and transforms power and privilege for communities that have been historically oppressed.

Damon Gbuduala Azali-Rojas was born, raised and lives in South Central Los Angeles. He is also a Babalawo (Traditional African Priest) in the Ifa tradition of the Yoruba peoples in Nigeria. He offers all these aspects of the coach's palette to support clients and train coaches. His partner is also a stunning coach and they enjoy asking each other, and their two young boys, empowering questions around the dinner table.