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I am delighted to announce that Black Oxford: The Untold Stories of Oxford University's Black Scholars is now available at the Visitors Information Point. 

The accessibility of the Visitor Information Point at 44 – 45 High Street,
Oxford will enable visitors to the city to find and purchase a copy of Black Oxford - The Untold Stories of Oxford University's Black Scholar and learn more about the Black presence at the University and its many scholars, from Christian Frederick Cole, the first Black scholar in 1873 to the first African woman  Kofoworola Moore, and the first Rhodes Scholar, Alain LeRoy Locke.

Join me on March 23rd from 11.00 am - 3.00 pm for a book signing event at the Visitor Information Point to delve into the fascinating history of Black scholars at Oxford University. 



Welcome to 2024

I will be launching my Elevating Your Excellence coaching programme in the forthcoming weeks. If you are an ambitious woman looking to level up your career or start on your entrepreneurial journey, and you need a coach who can provide guidance, clarity, and confidence to help you banish self-doubt and sabotage, then check out the details here or contact me to book a discovery call.

Join me for a FREE webinar on
How to Develop an Entrepreneurial Mindset on Saturday, February 3rd, from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm.
Check out the details and register here.

Looking forward to the upcoming Oxford Indie Book Fair at the Oxford Examination Schools, High Street, Oxford. My latest book, The Adventures of a Black Edwardian Intellectual - The Story of James Arthur Harley will be showcased at Stall 37. The Fair is free, so come down and say hello and enjoy a Sunday meeting with writers, book lovers, readers, and artists.

Black Oxford Untold Stories launches its
Black History Month programme Trailblazers with
a free classical concert on Wednesday, October 4th,
in Leiden Square, Westgate Oxford.

The podcast, blog and images are now available from An evening with Mrs Terrell and Friends screening at Manchester Metropolitan University.



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Welcome to 2023 
 I wish everyone a  productive, peaceful, and profitable year. I am delighted to start the year with positivity, and possibilities and aim to continue with the energy from the end of last year. To create what I will call Happy RENEW Year, I am delivering two ASPIRE workshops for ambitious women and emerging entrepreneurs in February and a repeat of the Activation training and coaching programme on the 4th and 5th of March. 
Press the button below for details about each programme 

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November 2022

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November 2022

An evening with Mrs Terrell and Friends

I am delighted to be working in collaboration with Manchester Metropolitan University to bring my play An evening with Mrs Terrell and Friends, about four African American women from Washington's Black elite and their contributions to the Civil Rights Movement c1900, supported by the British American Studies Association,  Eccles Centre for American Studies and Manchester University,  to an audience of 75 A-level history students.

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November 2022

London Book Launch

A great evening at the Biltmore Hotel, Mayfair, for the London book launch. Thank you to Antigua and Barbuda High Commission, High Commissioner Karen-Mae Hill and her fantastic team. George Ukachukwu for his portrayal of James Arthur Harley. Dr Clare Haynes for hosting the in-conversation, and Konya Kanneh-Mason

for her beautiful recital.

New Book

From the discovery of his archive in a battered suitcase in Shepshed, Leicestershire, to five years of research and following in his footsteps, I am excited to share James Arthur Harley's remarkable true story. 

The Adventures of a Black Edwardian Intellectual - The Story of James Arthur Harley, Signal Books, 2022, is now available. 

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June 2022

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Chritmas Pamela

September 2021

Meet the cast of
An evening with Mrs Terrell
and friends

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Meya Brumell

Natasha Culzac

Dionne Ward-Anderson

Hannah Balogun

January 2021

I am delighted to deliver my bespoke A.S.P.I.R.E. training programme for Her Majesty's Courts and Tribunals Service

December 2020

How to get started with your


Free guide launched 


November 2020

An evening with Mrs Terrel and Friends (

I am delighted to bring my Eccles Centre Fellowship research, Passive Adornments or Progressive Advocates, based on the contributions of four African American women from the Washington black elite. C 1900, ‘alive'.  In 2021, audiences will be invited to An Evening with   Mrs Terrell and Friends

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