It’s not just what you learn at university that changes your life. Those years spent studying form a pretty big time in most people’s lives, so it’s always good to take the opportunity to sit back and reminisce.
The recent lockdown has been a catalyst for creativity and new ventures. Joy Osula, who has used the experience to refocus her energies on building a business designing and making African-inspired fashion.
A campaign to find the brightest young BU graduates has revealed a wealth of talent working across a diverse range of sectors. Today we announce BU’s inaugural 30 under 30 line-up following an open call to find young alumni making a big impact in their careers.
Edwina is the founder of The Female Lead, a platform created to celebrate women’s stories and support and encourage the next generation and is a Board Member for the Centre for Data Ethics & Innovation. During this session Edwina will be sharing insights form her career to date.
John’s 45-year career in financial services has included leading major divisions in payment services, retail branches, back office operation. In this session John will be sharing his thoughts on how to influence culture in organisations and touching on leadership at the top.
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Get involved, inspire the next generation and discover the latest talent entering your industry. Our alumni mentoring scheme matches the skills and experiences of BU’s graduates with the career aspirations of our current students.