Aleto Foundation
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Aleto Foundation Black History Month Leadership Learning Skills day


Are you a graduate or know one that would benefit from hearing from some of our community’s most inspirational leaders?

Aleto Foundation is holding a Black History Month Leadership Learning Skills day hosted by the Tri-Forces on HMS President on the banks of the River Thames at St Katherine’s Dock SE1 Tuesday 30th October, and this is your last opportunity to join us with one of the few remaining seats.

Hear from:-

Yvonne Thompson CBE

Dr Yvonne Thompson CBE: Board of Trustees – Aleto Foundation, Chair The Radio Academy, Founder Choice FM Radio (now Capital Xtra) and Founder of Women In Business Network WinTrade Week.

Tom Ilube CBE: Founder  Crosswords Cyber Security – inventor of the security platform for one of the first online banks, expert on AI and on the board of the BBC.

Gary Stewart: CEO Telephonica UK.  Gary heads up Telephonica in the UK as well as their enterprise and digital hub which aims to support fast growth start up enterprises.  He is based at their UK head office in Air Street London.

David Villa Clarke: CEO of Aleto Foundation is also a financial entrepreneur who started his own charity supporting enterprise in the UK and Africa.

Joanne Abeyie

Joanna Abeyie: Journalist, blogger and social media specialist, Joanne will explain the need for personal branding and how to get it right.

We will also hear about transferable leadership skills, using resilience and emotional intelligence and how to use those  skills to get where you want to go, from Captain Jo Ellett Helicopter pilot in the Royal Engineers.

and also creating your own path in life from – Senior Master Sergeant Leamada ‘Mia’ Hunt (Unites States Air Force) based in the UK.

Wow what a powerful morning.  Do come and join us.  Breakfast refreshments and lunch will be served.

Click here to register.  https://7traitsleaders.kartra.com/page/ayQ63

We look forward to welcoming you.

Aleto Foundation.

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