KWAME OSEI OWUSU
Social Activist Award Winner
Kwame Osei Owusu is a 2021 Master of Pharmacy (MPharm) graduate from Medway School of Pharmacy, University of Greenwich and University of Kent. He served as the President of the Afro-Caribbean Society (ACS) at the University of Greenwich, Medway campus in the 2017/2018 academic year. His passion for advocating for Mental Health has given him several opportunities including being a board member of the MaskedMen Organisation, with the purpose of supporting good mental health for migrant men in the UK.
Sport Person Award Winner
Emmanuel completed two terms as the first Black President of Northumbria Students Union and captained a top 4 professional basketball team in England. He completed his Master’s programme in Exercise Psychology and enjoys content creation with the aim of making people smile.
Leadership Award Winner
Eric is an amazing speaker and a prolific writer with a team spirit of raising leaders to their full potential. He is the National Coordinator with Students For Liberty, Nigeria. Founder of Dynamic Leaders Firm, and a life coach.
Academic Excellence Award Winner
Joyce completed her BSc in Nursing (Adult) at the University of Greenwich. While studying she worked as a student ambassador and is part of various specialisms including STAART, an initiative that supports students with a disability. Joyce is also the mother of three adorable kids and was one of the nurses that worked very hard on the NHS frontlines during the lockdown in 2020 and 2021.
LOUISA PATTERSON BROWN
All-rounder Award Winner
Louisa is a law graduate from Liverpool Hope University and was the BME Officer at Liverpool Hope University 19/20. She played a pivotal role in social change within the university. During her studies, she founded the Black & Global Majority Student Network to protest the use of the acronym “BAME”. This has been proven successful as the University has begun to adopt the new terminology.