PRECIOUS Nights Online | The October edition

Come and join us for PRECIOUS Nights, our monthly panel event featuring three previous PRECIOUS Awards winners sharing the stories behind their sucess stories and give actionable tips and advice. 

The evening is about connecting and community in a unique atmosphere of collaboration and motivation. Come and be inspired and build your network with new contacts and friends, especially in these time of social distancing!

Join us on Thursday 1st October to meet our brilliant panel:

Marverine Cole

Marverine is an award winning journalist and broadcaster who has worked for many of Britain’s most watched and listened to broadcasters.

As a journalist, she’s appeared as a Presenter and Reporter covering News and Current Affairs, Social History and Culture, as well as Celebrity and Lifestyle stories. She’s produced her own radio bulletins & speech programmes and produced BBC local radio programmes & network documentaries. Marverine’s also managed teams of radio & video journalists to produce bulletins and on-screen news features. She’s a highly experienced Voiceover Artist – working with countless films on complicated and technical corporate projects.

She’s also a huge advocate of diversity in the media industry: she’s been imparting her skills and knowledge as a freelance Media Trainer, Visiting Lecturer in Journalism and Media, Mentor and Industry Speaker to hundreds of people of all ages and at varying stages of their careers.

Marverine loves drinking beer and she’s one of the UK’s leading female experts on beer. She’s a member of the British Guild of Beer Writers, and a qualified Beer Sommelier meaning she frequently advises on beer and food matching events, as well as hosting corporate and consumer events for pubs & breweries.

Marverine won the Blogger of the Year Award at the 2012 PRECIOUS Awards.

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Mickela Hall-Ramsay

Mickela is the founder of the highly acclaimed HR Sports Academy. She created the company having achieved a first-class honours degree in Sports Science and Masters in Sport Management.

Her passion for developing young people intensified during her time at university, where she focused on the impact sports has on positive youth development. The sudden death of her sister, the rise in youth gun and knife crime, her experiences and ambition, culminated in the birth of her company in 2008 and its registration as a Community Interest Company in 2010.

HR Sports Academy delivers a range of activities/opportunities directly and indirectly related to sport to help disadvantaged individuals acquire skills which will allow them to positively develop and succeed in life.

Since its creation, HR Sports Academy has touched the lives of over 30,000 participants. They provide an extensive Sport in Schools programme, apprenticeships and traineeships, work experience placements, evening and weekend training sessions, school holiday programmes, football teams, day events, leagues and tournaments.

HR Sports Academy won the Social Enterprise of the Year at the 12th Annual PRECIOUS Awards.

Claudine Thornhill

Claudine is an award-winning Naturopathic Nutritional Therapist, Wellness Coach and founder of Claudine J. Thornhill Nutrition, which supports women to eat well, feel well and live fully.
Balance is at the heart of Claudine’s work and her hormone balancing programs focus on supporting women to strengthen their connection to and understanding of their bodies.
Using one-to-one and online programs, wellness events and speaking on nutrition and wellness, Claudine enables women to have better periods, address womb health issues and transition through perimenopause and menopause with ease.
What underpins and drives Claudine’s work is her fundamental belief that health and wellness is a key foundation for greatness, joyful, wholehearted living and realising our true potential.
Claudine won Wellbeing Product of the Year at the 2019 PRECIOUS Lifestyle Awards.

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