Fulkumari serves as an equity speaker, trainer, and promoter. She provides services to the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions through in-person formats.
Education & Credentials
Fulkumari received training in a conference in Nepal on how to increase inclusivity among a diverse group of people. She learned about the importance of equality and equity service for successful care and breastfeeding practices. She studied lactation support programs in different prefectures of Japan including the Oketani breastfeeding technique.
She has worked with individuals in a formal leadership role, and staff/key personnel or volunteers within an organization. She has served and partnered with various populations, including Asian or Asian American, Hispanic or LatinX, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, Black/African American, and immigrants.
Fulkumari shared her experience and knowledge during the COVID-19 pandemic with a diverse group of people, including people of different races, backgrounds, age groups ethnicities, genders, and sexualities. As a nurse, she always takes part in following through with diversity, inclusion, and equity among everyone, especially her patients. She creates videos and live demonstrations on social media, specifically to provide health management tips and knowledge to lactating mothers and other groups who needs guidance. Recently, she attended the Breastfeeding Grand program for community breastfeeding support in the time of public health emergencies, hosted by the School of Public Health at Albany.