Making education a priority – sowing seeds for success
Culture and Faith
Deanne Heron, Dawn Owen-Harris, Erica McInnis, Francia Messado and Kim Wasey were interviewed for the Women Of The Soil project with a focus on Culture and Faith in addition to general questions including about their community activism, achievements and the legacy of Louise Da-Cocodia.
Deanne Heron is a counsellor/trainer, foster carer, poet and author of two volumes of short humours Pardner Money Stories.
Dawn Owen-Harris is a self-employed finance and business manager. She is also involved with various community initiatives on a voluntary basis.
Dr. Erica Mapule Mcinnis is the Director and Principal Chartered Clinical Psychologist with Nubia Wellness and Healing.
At the age of 16, FranciaMessado joined Abasindi Black Women’s cooperative and was one of the organisation’s Pan African Drummers and dancers.
Revd Kim Wasey
Revd Dr Kim Wasey is a Chaplain at the University of Salford and an Assistant Priest at St. Chrysostom.