Patience Magagula is the current Executive Director and Co-founder of ACPNet BC, which started in November 2009. She has actively worked with refugees and immigrants from South of the Sahara, where has successfully accepted, inspired, and involved, the racialized persons from Africa. She is a voice for the voiceless as she pursues their cause. As an advocate, her sense of social justice with a knowledge of the sub-Saharan African women’s social terrain is combined with a sense of compassion and ambition that stimulates others to carry on the development work with her. Patience is a known health educator who has given series of health promotion talks on sociostructural challenges that act as barriers to ACB community.She is a Peer Research Associate (PRA) at BCCfE. She is a nominee for the YWCA Women of Distinction Award 2022.