3VA will be holding its AGM online this year. Aside from the normal AGM business, we are delighted to invite you to come to a lunchtime talk by Josh Babarinde OBE, patron of Diversity Resource International.
Josh will be talking about how, by putting diversity and inclusion at the heart of service delivery, the voluntary sector can ensure that all sections of the community are able to access appropriate services that meet their particular needs. There will be an opportunity for questions.
Following his talk 3VA will hold its brief formal AGM. 12.00 noon on 29th April .
Josh Babarinde OBE
Josh is an Eastbourne community campaigner who is founder and CEO of Cracked It, London’s smartphone repair service staffed by young ex-offenders. This won him a place on the Forbes 30 Under 30 Entrepreneur list in 2019 and the business was recognised as Social Enterprise of the Year by the Evening Standard and the Centre for Social Justice. He has just become a patron of Diversity Resource International.
Diversity Resource International was set up in 2004 and is a social enterprise based in Sussex which aims to develop human capital. They offer a range of short and long programmes for effective leadership, high performance at work, success in business and a better life. They make their programmes inclusive, supportive, empowering and long lasting.