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In honour of Black History Month, we are thrilled to announce a collaboration between the National Black Women's Network and King's Business School.
We invite you to join us for "Amplified Voices: Saluting Sisterhood."
This event is a tribute to the milestones black women have achieved, an exploration of the battles fought along the way, and a celebration of the generations uplifted by trail-blazing black women.
Be prepared to be uplifted by our inspiring speakers from the worlds of business, politics, and education. They will delve into the trends shaping our society, from the transformative impact of technology to the breaking of glass ceilings and the rise of diverse leadership, asking ‘how can these trends be harnessed to amplify black voices and drive meaningful change?’
- Professor Sally Everett, Vice Dean (Education), King's Business School (chair)
- Sonia Brown MBE, Founder & Director of The National Black Women's Network
- Dawn Butler, Member of Parliament for Brent Central
- Tobi Oredein (American Studies, 2011), Founder of Black Ballad
- Ijeoma Chuku, BSc Business Management student, Intern at L'Oreal
- Mimi Nwosu, Civil Engineer at Heathrow Airport
"This 'Amplified Voices: Saluting Sisterhood' Panel Discussion is a tribute to excellence during Black History Month, where we honour the past, embrace the present, and illuminate the path to an even brighter future for women,” Sonia Brown MBE, Founder & Director of The National Black Women's Network and our co-organiser for the evening.
Spaces are strictly limited, book now!