Striking & Standing Strong: Why ENOUGH is ENOUGH! #ucuRISING
Scholar-activist || Creative Educator || Consultant || QUEEN
Dr. April-Louise Pennant
uses her work to awaken, empower & liberate.
April-Louise is a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow who possesses a first-class undergraduate degree in Sociology with a year abroad. She also completed an Economic & Social Research Council 1+3 studentship gaining a Masters in Social Research & a PhD in Education. As a full-time academic researcher, published writer & accomplished speaker, her work offers alternative narratives centring the experiences & journeys of Black women & girls. She also explores & documents the hidden histories & contributions of enslaved Africans & their descendants.
Creative Educator ||
April-Louise strongly believes in the transformative power of education & how knowledge can open minds & change lives for the better. She sees being an educator as part of her purpose & employs various forms such as visual, audio & writing to connect, engage, educate & inspire in order to ultimately awaken, empower & liberate.
April-Louise has wide-ranging experience using her expertise & innovative methods to collaborate with individuals & organisations to assist in transforming internal cultures, problem solving & strengthening their activities. Communities remains at the heart of all that she does & she makes it her mission to stay up-to-date about what is happening at the grassroots level to inform her consulting practice & to authentically represent a range of community voices, needs & desires within her work.
April-Louise is fiercely unapologetic & fearless, always remaining true to herself. She is a Black girl/woman advocate who proudly cherishes her own Black womanhood and femininity, radiating love, light, laughter, knowledge & positivity. As a blessed woman of God, she is divinely protected, directed & connected- at all times. She is surrounded by her family & ancestors who strengthen her as she flows heavily in her purpose.
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