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Movers and Shakers

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Movers and Shakers | Nyasha Matanda | Silkebee Skincare

Nyasha Matanda is the founder of Silkebee Skincare which she launched four years ago. “Silkebee Skincare Ltd is a natural skincare brand that was born out of a desire to soothe my daughter’s dry skin condition. Making healing skincare is a family tradition that can be traced back a few generations, most recently to my…

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Movers and Shakers | Rashida Abdulai | Founder, Strand Sahara

Rashida Abdulai is the founder and CEO of Strand Sahara, an online legal services for startups and SMEs in the UK and across Africa. The company empowers entrepreneurs in the UK and across Africa with the legal support they need to go global. What drove you to start your own business? To the outside world,…

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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…

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Movers and Shakers | Adanna Onuekwusi | Invicta Writers

Adanna Onuekwusi is the founder of Invicta Writers Shes run 1:1 and group writing courses that guide women in using creativity to access deeper self-connection, fulfilment and all round wellness. Adanna also teaches a range of tools to dismantle common feelings of being overwhelmed, uninspired and disconnected, and instead, literally rewrite our stories to be…

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Movers and Shakers | Claudine Thornhill

    Claudine is a Nutritional Therapist and Health Coach and founder of  Claudine J Thornhill Nutrition. The company provides nutrition and wellness programs that are focused on supporting women to balance hormones, manage their weight, feel more energised, manage cravings, thrive through stress and create balance and alignment between work, rest and play. Claudine…

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Movers and Shakers | Beatrice Ngalula Kabutakapua

Beatrice helps social good organisations use communication in an effective, strategic and authentic way. As part of this, she designs and delivers tailored communication and marketing workshops.  She is a storytelling coach; helping women entrepreneurs who are at the beginning of a new venture, know, own and share their story to include it in their…

Movers and Shakers | Davinia Tomlinson | rainchq

We love sharing the entrepreneurial stories of women of colour. Davinia Tomlinson is the founder of rainchq, a company that helps women take control of their financial futures through an annual membership programme comprising of: financial education, qualified and regulated financial advice and events focused on all aspects of holistic wellbeing.   What drove you…

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Movers and Shakers | Grace Francis | DramEd

Grace Francis is the founder of DramEd, a company that creates creative educational experiences for families and children. DramEd celebrates performers and aims to play a significant role in making space for performing arts in childhood education. The company incorporates DramEd Educators, which deliver classes that teach core subjects through performing arts. Since launch they…

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Movers and Shakers | Tendai Chagweda

Tendai Chagweda is the founder of  Quest4Success , a company that teaches people and businesses to market themselves effectively online using social media, Alongside this, Tendai also uses vision boards to help people determine their purpose and set personal and professional goals to accomplish their dreams. Three years ago she launched Inspiring DJs which teaches…

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Movers and Shakers | Tokunbo Koiki | Founder, Tokunbo’s Kitchen

Continuing our series of profiles of women of colour making their mark in business and across industry. Tokunbo Koiki is the founder of Tokunbo’s Kitchen a pop-up service that offers people from diverse cultural backgrounds a chance to experience delicious and nutritious home-cooked Nigerian food. She launched the business in 2015. What drove you to start your own…