Khadija Owusu is an award-winning Final Year Medical Student and Speaker. She is a Founding Member and the Director of Programmes at Melanin Medics, and an Ambassador at Medics2You and the GUBA-Enterprise.
Khadija is a change agent, and a voice for Black and Ethnic minority aspiring medics, medical students and doctors as she works to tackle issues on equality, diversity, racism and differential attainment.
She has been a guest of Michelle Obama at the White House; won the Women in STEM Award by HRH Princess Ann. In addition to this, she has spoken at various national and international conferences, is selected as a 2020 Rising Star in Healthcare, a ‘Top 150 UK Future Leader’ and has been featured on BBC, ITV and Channel 5 News.
Lucrece Wasolua-Kibeti is a Final year medical student, Published Model and Hairdresser.
A former beauty queen, Miss Congo UK 2016, Lucrece is passionate about the education and the success of marginalised young black girls. She is the co-founder of Krowned UK, a non-profit organisation delivering workshops empowering young black women through hair to equip them with the confidence to succeed.
Lucrece is a volunteer for The Armitage Foundation and an ambassador for Pads4Africa, which provides humanitarian aid and support to orphans in the DRC.
Voted Top 150 Future Leaders in 2019, Lucrece has featured on Sky News’ ‘Off limit’, is a former Vice President for the Afro-Caribbean Society and was a co-director of Tooting Show 2018 & 2019.