Be inspired at ALL CHANGE

ALL CHANGE - AMOSSHE conference 2015We’re delighted to tell you that our keynote speaker for day two of ALL CHANGE, the AMOSSHE conference 2015, is Phyll Opoku-Gyimah, Executive Director and Co-Founder of UK Black Pride.

Phyll Opoku-Gyimah

Phyll is one of the leading lights behind the amazing celebration of Black LGBT communities that we enjoy today, and has been named in the Independent Rainbow List as one of the top 100 most influential LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) people. Phyll uses her immense talents to support people within the Black LGBT community who either feel vulnerable or desperate to burst out of themselves and demonstrate pride in their ethnicity and sexuality.

Phyll’s voluntary endeavours led her to be nominated as Woman of the Year at the Black LGBT Community Awards 2007. Phyll has a seat on the TUC LGBT Committee and the TUC Race Relations Committee, is a board member of Justice for Gay Africans and a Trustee for Stonewall.

At ALL CHANGE Phyll will explore the key role Student Services plays in helping young people from minority backgrounds to succeed in higher eduction, and through her warmth, fun and love of people will help inspire you to lead positive change.

ALL CHANGE takes place between 8 and 10 July 2015 in Newcastle, England. Find out more.

Book now for ALL CHANGE

You can now book your place to attend the conference. Save money by booking your residential place before 25 April to get an early bird discount.

There are more discounts available for AMOSSHE members and their colleagues, and if three people from your organisation all book in the same week, you all get a 10% discount.

Find out more and book online: ALL CHANGE booking and prices.

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