Leadership - Diversity - Inclusion - Communities

Standpoints on the key issues impacting Inclusion in Leadership and Diverse Communities around the World

News and Press Releases

Believe in yourself by Jennifer Chidera Egbuchelem

Believe in yourself: The Fascinating Story of Andrea’ written by Jennifer Chidera Egbuchelem Since I started Book Writing Coaching and Publishing, I have been approached by many people asking if I can help them publish children’s books. My answer has always been no. That was until I read this story from a 12-year-old which I …

Believe in yourself by Jennifer Chidera Egbuchelem Read More »

Our Roots Our Pains

A book about ‘Coping with the Pains of  Nigeria’s 2019 Elections by Clara Meierdierks.  Our latest book release at Diverse Cultures Publishing is an interesting one.  The Title is: Our Roots Our Pains: Coping with the Pains of  Nigeria’s 2019 Elections It is always an honour to help our authors to express their thoughts and …

Our Roots Our Pains Read More »

7 SIGNS YOU MAY BE MISSING IN SPOTTING AND SUPPORTING AN ASPERGERS UNDIAGNOSED PARTNER

Do you consider your partner to be uncompromising, unreasonable, inconsiderate to your needs regardless of how much to explain how they are affecting your relationship? Are they just being horrible to you or could there be another reason why their behaviour is somewhat outside of what you consider ‘normal’? Are you confused as to how …

7 SIGNS YOU MAY BE MISSING IN SPOTTING AND SUPPORTING AN ASPERGERS UNDIAGNOSED PARTNER Read More »

The Big Why? Amina International Women’s Day Address

Happy commemoration of International Women’s Day 2019. Celebrating Self-Inclusion into Leadership I want to talk about my passion for self-inclusion for women, especially women over 40. Sometimes we give up, we look after the whole world and leave ourselves behind. You may have realised that I am incredibly passionate about Leadership and Self-Inclusion for women. …

The Big Why? Amina International Women’s Day Address Read More »

Migrant Women’s Self-Inclusion into Leadership.

In 2010, Amina Chitembo, the then CEO of BME Community Services, West Sussex was accompanied by two international PhD students from the University of Chichester who showcased their work on the ‘The Perfect Migrant: the crisis of Migrants in Europe’ on the global stage. Amina and the students, Carolene Ayaka from Kenya and Amanda Muscat …

Migrant Women’s Self-Inclusion into Leadership. Read More »

900 Years of Treasured People and Possessions in Peterborough

Our director Amina Chitembo had the privilege of featuring in a special exhibition, ‘Treasured People and Possessions’. A project which is part of the celebrating 900 years of the rich heritage of the city of Peterborough, UK and its citizens. The three months long exhibition features photos and treasured objects from people who have lived …

900 Years of Treasured People and Possessions in Peterborough Read More »

Copyright © 2020 Amina Chitembo | Website design by Brilliant Digital

Scroll to Top