Come along to Toynbee Hall for an inspiring event celebrating the achievements of remarkable women during Black History Month. We will pay tribute to the extraordinary sisters who have made a significant impact in various fields.
Prepare to be inspired by their stories of resilience, empowerment, and triumph. This in-person event will take place at the iconic Toynbee Hall, providing a welcoming and inclusive space for all. Come and be a part of this special occasion as we honour the incredible contributions of our sisters in achieving success.
Our esteemed panel will be led by Stephen Burns, Toynbee Hall's Chair of Trustees. Stephen will be joined by:
1. Mamatha Sumah: an an award winning speaker/mental health advocate who inspires, empowers, and influences thousands of individuals trough her platform
2. Morenike Ajayi, MBE: Director of Corporate Services at Gravesend Churches Housing Association and founder of Career Nuggets, a social enterprise for Black Minority Ethnic individuals to advance in their careers.
3. Amanda Wilson: a headteacher at a 1-form entry primary school in Greenwich and has over 20 years’ experience in the education sector. As a qualified coach and trainee Transactional Analysis psychotherapist, she has a track record for supporting teachers in securing leadership roles, helping entrepreneurs secure business successes and providing individuals with a safe space to work
Free but please book your place.