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Episode 82 – Black Female Founders

Black Women Leading & Winning Series 6 Yinka Ewuola is a coach, consultant, strategist.v Former investment banker & Founding member of UK Black Tech. Founder of Calla Success Systems helping busy, ambitious women to build thriving, profitable businesses.  Yinka Ewuola and I are sharing our experiences of entrepreneurship and exploring...

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Episode 81 – Becoming a Cheerleader

Black Women Leading & Winning Series 5 Michaela Jeffrey Morrison, Chief Executive Officer, Ascend Global Media. Founder of the Women in Technology World Series, a cutting-edge digital platform and conference portfolio dedicated to diversity and inclusion. She has directed numerous high profile conferences in Europe and The USA to promote...

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Episode 80 – Colonisation, Trauma & Rage

Women of Colour Shalyn Isaacs is a second-generation South Asian woman, Psychotherapist, Founder of Women’s Mental Health Talks at York University and Director of Women’s Embodied Liberation (WEL) We are exploring decolonisation, trauma and rage to deconstruct psychological, social and emotional wellbeing for women of colour.   1.02 - Women...

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Episode 79 – Black Women Leading & Winning Series 4

Racial Identity & Colourism Jade Ecobichon-Gray BSc., MSc is a straight-talking social wellness consultant. Founder of Mindset Matters UK which empowers organisations to move away from one-off wellbeing initiatives towards the creation of sustainable wellness strategies. Jade is also passionate about racial equity and the relationship between racial identity and...

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Episode 78 – Black Women Leading & Winning 3

Black Women Leading & Winning 3 - What is imposter syndrome? Impostor syndrome refers to an internal experience of believing that you are not as competent as others perceive you to be. Marteka Swaby, Founder of Benevolent Health & The Host of The Better Mental Health Podcast is talking about...

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Episode 77- The Psychology Of Loneliness

Before the pandemic, I think we assumed that only older people were vulnerable to loneliness and social isolation – However, during this pandemic a number one concern reported by many is loneliness and social isolation. Robin Hewings Programme Director of the Campaign to End Loneliness. Leading driving action on loneliness through research and the...

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Episode 76- Black Women Leading & Winning 2

International Women's Day #choosetochallenge. We explore the impact of micro aggressions on your mental health and calling this out in the workplace. Madeline Nyatsanza Founder of 'Black Mental Health UK' a clubhouse club and is on a mission to de-stigmatise mental health within the black community. She is also a...

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Episode 75 – When You Accidentally Develop An Eating Disorder?

Welcome to Eating Disorders Awareness Week We are exploring what happens when you accidentally develop an eating disorder & how food, body weight and body shape can become an obsession, even when you desire to create a healthy mindset. Carmel Abrahams, Business Manager at Benevolent Health & Becks Bell Female...

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Episode 74 – Dealing With An Eating Disorder In Covid-19

Episode 74 - Eating Disorders Awareness Week The COVID-19 pandemic is affecting many people's mental health in ways we might not have anticipated. For anyone dealing with an eating disorder, the coronavirus lockdown has created some unique challenges and opportunities. Lulu Malvani & Lana Kessler are both in recovery from...

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Episode 73 – Black Women Leading & Winning

Part 1 Lawyers Vanessa Chikaka is passionate about coaching & consulting diverse talent. Founder of Felix Diversity Talent Development with a wealth of experience in the legal space.  During her legal career she worked for two prestigious US law firms in the city and is one of our preferred partners...

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