Cheryl Robson worked for the BBC after university before founding The Women’s Theatre Workshop to produce plays by international women playwrights. She then founded Aurora Metro Books and has published over 200 writers, initiating The Virginia Prize for Fiction in 2009. She is also a filmmaker and creates arts/education projects. Her award-winning music documentary film “Rock n Roll Island“, has played film festivals in UK and USA.
Since starting In-spire LS Magazine, I have been lucky enough to interview some of the most influential women within their respective fields. However, I have never had the opportunity to interview a female leader within the medical field. That was until now meet Dr. Patrice Baptiste. This power woman is a School Speaker, STEM ambassador and if this wasn’t enough, she is one of the three finalists in the Rising Star STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) category at the 2016 Black British Business Awards and one of the four finalists at the 2016 Precious Awards. She is also the creator of DreamSmartTutors a company she set up to help aspiring medical students achieve their dream of becoming a doctor. I caught up with Patrice to find out more about her career to date; to find out why she started DreamSmartTutors and to hear more on her tips for success. #BeInspired
At only 12, you might recognize Aaryn Rose from being featured in John Legend‘s hit music video “You and I“, which has amassed over 57 million hits on YouTube. Already an accomplished vocalist, multi-instrumentalist, Aaryn Rose has performed around the Los Angeles area in famed venues such as Lucy’s 51,The Mint, The Joint, The Queen Mary, The Normandie Casino, Bar 20 on Sunset, just to name a few. She had performed with local charity Nu Skool Sings Old Skool, that raised money for the women of Skid Row.
The Weekly Diary founder, Digital Media Marketer, freelance editor/writer Asma Ashimi is a British-Nigerian expatriate who currently resides in Dubai, United Arab Emirates; Ashimi’s independent-minded mantra to bring a non-public funded vision to full fruition with The Weekly Diary has seen the ever-rising Middle Eastern brand allure vast attraction from a series of globally prominent entities (UFC, Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth, LoveDough, Fresh Island Festival and Musicalize); Ashimi graduated from London Metropolitan University in 2010 after majoring a BSc (Hons) in computing.
It was more than overdue but after 6 years of waiting In-spire LS Magazine Editor Sasha Shantel met with leading UK model and Entrepreneur UK’s Black Rose, Nickita Martin.
Many people hold the perception that actresses and women in the media spotlight live the best lives; and it is often forgotten that they too battle with their own personal demons and deal with personal setbacks. Ex Hollyoaks Actress and Model Mel Wells is a prime example of one woman who had to overcome her issues with body image and a devastating eating disorder that affected the way she treated and loved herself. However, Mel was able to turn her life around and create a unique method to help her not only change her relationship with food but also conquer her eating disorder once and for all. Today, Mel is the author of the brand new book ‘The Goddess Revolution, Make Peace with Food, Love Your Body and Reclaim Your Life’ (Review coming soon to In-spire LS) In this exclusive interview, Mel talks about her issues with food, how she reclaimed her life and took charge of her body image, shares why she wrote The Goddess Revolution and let’s us know why she is dedicated to spreading awareness to high profile women in the media so they can positively influence women the world over… Prepared to be In-spired…..
We are lucky to be building a solid team of writers who are as dedicated to female empowerment and growth as we are. This month, meet Sarah Martin; our new Relationships Writer. Sarah is a Self-love Guru, an Author, Poet, Artist, Designer and Founder of female empowerment clothing brand SHE Republic.
Campionship’s Japanese star Mei Yamaguchi always possessed a unique passion for combat sports. The decorated Japanese sports sensation subsequently spent part of her childhood raised in Los Angeles, California where Hollywood movies would invariably play an integral part in inspiring her dreams and ambitions.