Phyllis Opoku Gyimah: Leading Black Pride in the UK
Meet Phyllis Opoku-Gyimah, better known as Lady Phyll. Born in Islington, London in 1974, the British political activist’s story is one of determination and unity. Her work throughout the years has brought light to the prejudice against LGBTQ+ individuals of ethnic minorities, and she has worked tirelessly to liberate them.
Vanessa Kingori: Rule breaker or change maker?
Vanessa Kingori MBE, Publishing Director of British Vogue, is the first female publisher in the magazine’s 103-year history.
Sandeep Kaur: Forging a Future
Bask Jewellery is a jewellery company set up by Sandeep Kaur and her sister, Kiran. They specialise in making bespoke, sustainable jewellery.
Why are Women Underrepresented in Business Ownership?
Women still face many inequalities in the UK and the gulf in business ownership is just one of the ways these injustices manifest themselves.