Funmi Abari was a medical student at the University of Leeds and previous host for Humans of Healthcare.
A qualified chemist, TEDx speaker and often referred to as ‘The Young People’s Life Coach’.
She is the founder of an international community platform dedicated to building resilient communities - The Empower Us Project and also the co-founder of student-led collective The Race Against Medicine.
Funmi’s political journey began at just 16, where national papers predicted that Funmi would serve our country as the first black, female, muslim Prime Minister following her historic public address in the House of Commons.
Ten years on, she is now on a mission to marry medicine and global activism to serve communities in West Africa, through establishing resilient health systems and policies.
Alex Howat – Podcast Guest
Amelia Websdale – Podcast Host
Andrea McGoverin – Podcast Guest and Member of Team
Charlie Anderson – Podcast Guest
Charlotte Pettersen – Project Manager
Daniel Myers – Member of Team
Etienne Ciantar – Podcast Guest
Gemma Whyatt – Podcast Guest
Hansa Iqbal – Podcast Guest
Jack Hay – Podcast Guest
James Nicholson – Podcast Guest
Jason Ward – Podcast Guest
Joe Thompson – Podcast Host & Guest
John Dalton – Podcast Guest
Jonathan Darling – Podcast Guest and Member of Team
Kelsey Loveday – Podcast Guest
Michelle Ellwood – Podcast Guest
Niralini Thayaparan – Podcast Guest
Oluwafunmilayo Abari – Previous Host
Phil Faulks – Member of Team
Sabeen Majid – Podcast Guest
Sherif Akintola – Previous Social Media Assistant
Sonya Bushell – Podcast Guest, Member of Team and previous Social Media Assistant
Stephanie Akpan – Podcast Host
Trudie Roberts – Podcast Guest and Member of Team