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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…

Nominations are open for the 14th Annual PRECIOUS Awards

Nominations have opened for the 14th Annual PRECIOUS Awards, the UK’s leading event to celebrate the achievements of women of colour. The awards place the spotlight on women of colour starting and growing a business, outstanding leaders and those working their magic in corporate life. Categories include, Young Entrepreneur of the year, the Outstanding Woman…

PRECIOUS Nights Online | September 2020 edition

PRECIOUS Nights is a monthly event that gives you the opportunity to hear from previous PRECIOUS Award winners . Join us as they share the highs, lows and lessons of their journey and give actionable tips and advice. The evening is about storytelling, connecting, honesty and community in a unique atmosphere of collaboration and motivation….

PRECIOUS Nights Online | The August 2020 edition

PRECIOUS Nights is a monthly event that gives you the opportunity to hear from previous PRECIOUS Award winners . Join us as they share the highs, lows and lessons of their journey and give actionable tips and advice. The evening is about storytelling, connecting, honesty and community in a unique atmosphere of collaboration and motivation….

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Movers and Shakers | Evelyn Forde | Headteacher | Copthall School

Evelyn Forde is the headteacher of Copthall School, a high-performing, multi-cultural girls school based in North London. Tell us about your current job responsibilities,  do you have a typical day, week, month, or quarter? I have a student body of nearly a 1000 students and 140 staff, no day is typical! However, my role is…

Winners announced for 13th Annual PRECIOUS Awards

Held in the historic surroundings of the Waldorf Hotel in central London, the 13th Annual PRECIOUS  Awards saw some of the most inspiring women of colour in the UK awarded for their enterprise and leadership. The diverse range of finalists included two university friends who founded a natural hair brand that was the first afro…

The 13th Annual PRECIOUS Awards | Waldorf Hotel

Join us at the 13th Annual PRECIOUS Awards as we applaud the achievements of women of colour in business, leadership and work. The PRECIOUS Awards was launched in 2007 by Foluke Akinlose MBE to raise awareness of the achievements of inspiring women of colour who might otherwise go unacknowledged. Everyone benefits from learning of these role models,…

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Winners announced for 12th Annual PRECIOUS Awards

The winners have been announced for the 12th Annual PRECIOUS Awards. The event, which took place at the Royal Horseguards Hotel, London, celebrated the achievements of women of colour in enterprise, leadership and industry. Sponsored by Santander, Reed Smith, Vlisco, BAME Recruitment, the BIPC, and the Ilesha Charitable Trust – the Awards have gone from…

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Nominations open for the 12th Annual PRECIOUS Awards

Nominations for the PRECIOUS Awards, the UK’s leading event to celebrate the achievements of women of colour, are now open. The awards now in their 12th year put the spotlight on women of colour starting and growing a business, outstanding leaders and those working their magic in corporate life. Categories include. Young Entrepreneur of the year, the Outstanding Woman in Public…

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What does leadership mean to you? | Sofia Bustamante

We invite coach and community builder, Sofia Bustamante, to answer the question:  what does Leadership mean to You?   Leadership, more than a theory to me, is a practice. An example of leadership that I have experienced is in aikido, a Japanese Martial Art that I have practised for five years. The reason my teacher…