Lucy Da Silva has suffered the awful experience of being sexually abused as a child and subsequently went through drug and alcohol abuse, but has turned the situation around to enable her to help and support other people going through trauma.
Lucy speaks to Linda Ness
Linda Ness talke to Lucy da Silva
Suzie Thorpe talks to Lynn Asante-Asare, a scientist, and former PhD student who worked for Cancer Research UK at St John’s College Cambridge and is now a medical student at Leicester.
It was Black History Month recently and Lynn opens up to the challenges, misconceptions and burdens felt by black university students.
Suzie Thorpe talks to Lynn Asante-Asare
Berenice Smith is a creative designer and a self-confessed anorak who has an obsession about great fonts and gorgeous books. Experienced in website design and geeky about using design to solve social problems she is the owner of Hello Lovely. Berenice is also a co-founder of the podcast The Full Stop, a social design project that raises awareness of involuntary childlessness.
Suzie Thorpe and Linda Ness find out more about Berenice.
The Full Stop Podcast:
Suzie Thorpe and Linda Ness talk to Berenice Smith
Suzie and Linda chat to Danae Shell. Danae saw many examples of workplace discrimination and harrassment and through sheer frustration she co-founded and is CEO of Valla, the legal platform for workers. Danae is a developer-turned marketer and hails from Tennessee in the USA but now lives in the UK.
Suzie Thorpe and Linda Ness talk to Danae Shell