Creating Your Future Your Ambition With Inclusive Role Models [Interview with Rashada Harry]

Rashada Harry is Co Founder of social enterprise Your Future Your Ambition 

Find out about her in this rare interview.

Here are some key messages from this episode:

  • Your Ambition, why it is important and necessary
  • The responsibility employee resource groups have to their communities and organisations
  • Social Awareness and why it matters to organisations and much much more

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Here are some key takeaways from this episode:

Visible Role Models matter to aspiring young talent

“What you see is what you can be”

The importance of helping others

“I have two hands, one to help myself and one to help someone else”

Our individual potential for legacy

“You’re the legacy that helps that next person and you never know who you’re inspiring”

Here’s some resources so you can go deeper:

Your Future, Your Ambition

Your Future Your Ambition Twitter

Your Future, Your Ambition Instagram

Rashada Harry Twitter

Rashada Harry Instagram

Rashada Harry Linkedin

We are the City Rising Star in Technology

EMPower Future Leaders

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