I was invited to speak at this online panel organised by the University of West England: “Mental Health Panel Discussion – “Switch it off” – the media, a global pandemic and its impact on us”. Join us!
Congratulations to Lewis for making it to the Rife’s 30 under 30’s list this year.
Today I would like to share a project called “Black Bristol”. It is an online interactive timeline featuring the history of Black people in the Bristol area. The website launched yesterday so I strongly encourage you to check it out and get involved.
For this blog, we’re catching up with Daniel Melville, owner of 3D printing business ‘Handy Dans’’ and ambassador for Open Bionics, creators of the world’s first medically certified 3D-printed bionic arm, the incredible Hero Arm.
The Upfest VR brings the artworks of many well-known street artists to the Virtual Reality this year and it opens today.
It’s lovely to see local artists and brands respond to the lockdown and social isolation with free creative ideas.
In October I had the pleasure to listen to Dr Margaret Heffernan’s Bristol Media talk on the difficulties of modern leadership – leadership in times of uncertainty.
Freedom of Mind is a locally organised mental health festival here in Bristol, which this year if I am not mistaken, launched in London too. I usually choose one event to attend due to workload challenges, so this autumn I have chosen the panel talk on challenges and opportunities of being a female leader. The event took place at the lovely Forge so it was really intimate. Two young female …
On the 5th of November, I had the pleasure to join Lancia Consult at their Being Relevant event at the Bristol Museum.