Publisher Woeli Dekutsey traces his distinguished career to studying at Oxford Polytechnic and discusses his new novel, set at the time of first contact between European colonialists and the people of West Africa.
Tom Elner talks about how the Sam Zuckerberg Scholarship enabled her to study at Brookes and the amazing year she enjoyed.
Oxford Brookes Governor and Interim Chair of People Committee Anup Mysoor talks about the importance of Black History Month and championing Black women’s careers.
Efe Fruci tells how she is drawing on the inspiration of her mother to help marginalised women find their own greatness.
Property development specialist, Hanna Afolabi, talks about addressing under-representation within the Real Estate industry by empowering Black Women to raise their voice and profile.
We talk to mental health champion Jenny Okolo about the importance of empathy, removing stigma and addressing black mental health issues.
Ian Cave talks about a life of helping others – with the NHS and as a volunteer ‘accompanier’ in Palestine.
Adeyemi Ladejobi discusses his decision to become a school governor and why it is a role everyone should consider.
MA Creative Writing alumni, Aashmika Amit tells the story of how she went from writing letters to the Brother Grimm to becoming an author.
Top 75 Indian achiever, Saima Iqbal, talks about her passion for the cultural heritage of Kashmir and how Brookes was key to her professional success.