The I’mPOSSIBLE. conversation is a series of intimate events staged in central London where a panel of British women of colour, from all walks of life, come together, to share their stories on the theme of ‘how I became POSSIBLE.’ It’s a purely inspirational and empowering event which gives a platform for British women of colour an opportunity to share their journey on how they became POSSIBLE. with no interruptions or apologies.
After the huge success of the first I’mPOSSIBLE conversation in June 2011 which showcased a few of amazing British women of colour such as Angela Ferreira, Bonnie Greer OBE, Angie Le Mar, Charlene White and Precious Williams. I’mPOSSIBLE is back in 2012 and the first event is being held on Wednesday Feburary 8th at 6pm.
Host: Tameka Empson – currently “Kim” in Eastenders
Margaret Casely-Hayford – Company Secretary of chief legal head of John Lewis and Waitrose
Michelle Gayle – Actress, Singer and Novelist
Revd. Rose Hudson-Wilkin – Chaplain to the Speaker of the House of Commons
Dr. Uchenna Okoye – Board Member of the British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry
Miss Samantha Tross MBBS, FRCS, FRSC Ed, FRSC Ed, FRCS Ed (Tr& Orth) – Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon
The I’mPOSSIBLE. conversation
Wednesday February 8, 2012
6pm – 9pm
80 Strand, London WC2R 0RL
Tickets: £25 can be purchased HERE
I’mPOSSIBLE. is a social enterprise who’s primary aim is to celebrate, connect, highlight, and promote the achievements and life stories of women of colour in Britain.
Its secondary aim is to educate and empower this group by showcasing their successes and testimonies as well as provide tools to success, signposting organisations and information that will help to get them there.
Thirdly, I’mPOSSIBLE. will network organisations, events, information and news as well as create conversations within the community on issues that will be of interest or affect women of colour in Britain through its website, social media platforms and specially created events.