Lynette Nabbosa is a Doctoral Student, Senior Lecturer in Business Management and Social Entrepreneur.
She has always been inspired by the estate which she grew up on. While it was infamous for crimes including murder, everyone on the estate and in her family had a ‘hustle’ and with the right guidance and opportunities, she has no doubt that these endeavours could have been cultivated to develop sustainable, successful careers, be it as entrepreneurs or as business leaders.
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Annalisa is passionate about the power of education to address inequality in our society. She has spent the last few years working in the third sector and in education. She completed her Masters in Educational Leadership at the UCL Institute of Education and is an advocate for more diversity in education, whether that be in leadership or on the curriculum. She is currently the Subject Leader for Humanities at an all-girls school in London, specialising in the teaching of history. She enjoys working with young people and harnessing their creativity and inquisitiveness to work towards their betterment.
Chijioke Anosike is a Christian and former student at the London School of Economics (LSE), where he studied an MSc in Regional and Urban Planning Studies. He previously worked as a researcher for a London based urban-tech data analysis start up and currently works within Urban Planning. He is interested in how technology can help cities, and particularly how the use of alternative technology such as pre-fabricated housing could alleviate affordable housing shortages.
Chijioke has an interest in how policy can better encourage entrepreneurship, especially for those from underrepresented groups. He has acted as a mentor and worked with young people in various capacities, and loves seeing young people holistically develop.