Kerry-Ann Randle, Head of Student Support & Wellbeing, Bournemouth University
Kerry is a social worker by profession and has many years’ experience of developing and leading safeguarding and support for vulnerable learners within local authorities. Kerry's role at BU involves working across the university and with external partners to co-design a wellbeing pathway for all students, to help them better navigate the support systems available on and off campus.
Christopher Hammond, elected leader of Southampton City Council and 2019 BU Alumni of the Year Award Winner for Enriching Society.
Christopher is the elected Leader of Southampton City Council and the youngest LGBT leader of a council in the UK at 31. He is a tireless advocate for addressing climate change and tackling air pollution and has spearheaded new initiatives including discounts for electronic vehicle drivers, a taxi scrappage scheme, a retro-fit forever bus and new cycle highways. He regularly works in schools to engage young people in thinking about democracy and environmental issues.
This session is a part of the Global Talent Programme core workshop programme 2019/20.
While open to other BU students, the session is designed and delivered specifically for the students participating in the Global Talent Programme. Attendance and reflection from the session allow students to gain core credit towards their Collaborative Player badge.
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