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Equity and diversity in the creative arts: a conversation with NTU alumna Nicole Crentsil

Networking | Seminars

The EDI team is delighted to welcome NTU alumna Nicole Crentsil for a discussion with a panel of NTU students, alumni and colleagues on equity in the creative arts and the power of diversity.

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Please note: This event for NTU students and colleagues will take place via Microsoft Teams.

Nicole Crentsil is a Ghanaian-British businesswoman, changemaker, angel investor and cultural curator based in London. She is the founder and CEO of Black Girl Fest, a festival and platform for Black females and non-binary people, and the founder of BIG SIS, a new network supporting the personal development of creative working women. Nicole graduated from NTU in 2014 with a degree in Product Design.

In 2021 Nicole was awarded Forbes 30 under 30 for her contribution to arts & culture. In the same year Time out London named Nicole as a ‘visionary’ changing the city for the better. In 2018, Forbes listed Nicole as one of 100 women to follow on Twitter and LinkedIn, and TimeOut named Nicole as 1 of 50 Londoner’s shaping the city’s cultural landscape. Nicole is passionate about connecting women, young people and underrepresented groups to art, culture and events.


Rebecca Gamble, Senior Lecturer in Product Design and Athena Swan Champion for ADBE (Chair)

Frances Ukpokolo, NTU ADBE alumna and creative entrepreneur

Gabriell Burke, NTU Fashion Design student and participant of the Black Leadership Programme

More to be confirmed…

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