The Careers Team are celebrating International Women’s Day
About this Event
Join Ibtisam Ali as she discusses her journey to finding her voice as a black Muslim woman.
Professionally, Ibtisam works for a management consultancy that provides services to the public sector, particularly in local government, and focuses on delivering future change through the adoption of digital & technology-enabled solutions.
Ibtisam specializes in technology-enabled integrated care and explores future service strategies, care models, service design, technology-enabled care requirements, and delivery plans that support adult health and children’s social care. Clients include local government, central government, NHS, and higher education institutions.
Ibtisam is a co-founder of the FailForward Hub a multidisciplinary service established in July 2018, less than a year after graduating. The FailForward Hub aims to bridge the gap between black and ethnic minority communities and mainstream services. Establishing close working relationships with the West Midlands police, Birmingham city council, local academic institutions, and other organizations to provide the educational and informative guidance and awareness to significant health, education, and social issues.
Some of the work conducted includes the Access to Leaders workshop that guaranteed exposure to world-renowned leaders from the United Nations all the way to the BBC headquarters. This was designed to offer opportunities for mentorship for individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds. The Fail forward Hub was also part of the list of advisors who informed Birmingham City Council Refugee Global Resettlement scheme 2020. More so, the FailForward Hub is prominently known for providing innovative programs to the NHS such as MMR vaccination awareness, which was also featured on the World Vaccination Report.
Date And Time
Mon, 8 March 2021
19:30 – 20:30 IST