"Screaming Silences" and "A process for liberating the silence in the voices of the unheard" ~ these are a couple of the things written about the work of Professor Laura Serrant OBE on her website and also some of what you get to hear more about in this episode of Stories Worth Telling. A beautiful conversation with plenty of take aways on the importance of using our voice, hearing our own stories, and listening out for untold/unheard stories before their silence starts to scream!!!!!
Professor Laura Serrant OBE is a multi-award-winning Global diversity and Inclusive practice specialist, professional speaker, and experienced coach.
She has over thirty years’ experience of health care practice, research, policy development and strategic leadership including working with a range of national and international government agencies. One of the few black female Professors in the UK, her commitment to optimising health equity and self-agency is reflected in her determination to support others by actioning the call to “lift as you climb”.
She is one of the BBC Expert women, and ambassador of the UK Race Equality Charter for Higher Education. In 2014, she was identified in the top 50 leaders in the UK by The Health Services Journal in three separate categories: Inspirational Women in Healthcare, BME Pioneers and Clinical Leader awards. She was named as the 8th most influential Black person in Britain by the Powerlist 2018. In 2018 she was awarded an OBE for services to Nursing and Health Policy. Her family are from The Commonwealth of Dominica, West Indies.
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