Mena Fombo

Mena Fombo is a purposeful coach, facilitator, motivational speaker and a consultant. She has over 12 years’ experience working within the voluntary sector, community organisations and educational establishments across Europe, the USA, Africa and South Asia. She has completed certified training programmes with the International Coach Federation and the Association for Coaching. She is also a MOE Foundation Alumni. She holds a BSc in Youth and Community Work from Bath University, and a BA (hons) in Time-Based Media Production from University of West England. She is an activist, tirelessly campaigning for equality and places a large focus of her work on supporting young people, young adults and disadvantaged communities to confidently embrace their journey in life. She is passionate about the development of people, values-based leadership and creating powerful learning experiences. She is the founder of Black Girl Convention.

Events featuring this speaker

Social Innovation in the Future City

Dominik Byrne, Edson Burton, Mena Fombo, Jenny Foster, Becca Rose Glowacki, Euella Jackson, Sado Jirde, Janine Marriott, Annie Menter, Rissa Mohabir, Georgina Perry, Terri Rotchell, Dave Taylor-Matthews, Simon Tepper

The grant holders from the social innovation grant scheme talk about their experiences and what they have planned.

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18 October 2019 2:00pm - 4:00pm Watershed