Mbeke Waseme

An experienced leadership and relocation coach, trainer, and facilitator boasting a rich 20-year background collaborating with organisations in the UK, Jamaica, Ghana, Dubai, and Malaysia. International Public Speaker.

I am passionate and committed to advancing racial and social equity and the effects of Intersectionality. In working with you and your teams, we'll stretch to ease some of the stiffness. There may be some discomfort but, it will not last. We will look at the current image and co-create the future one, achieving the solutions in a style that is right for you and your organisations.

I am a trained yoga teacher and a wordsmith, championing health and well-being, a published author of two poetry anthologies, with the latest publication How to live, work and thrive abroad.

One of my favourite quotes : And the Day Came When the Risk to Remain Tight in a Bud Was More Painful Than the Risk It Took to Blossom. – Anais Nin We go through the pain , growth and blossom together.

How would you describe yourself or your work in a few words?

Healing, challenge and growth. Racial equity and empowerment.

Recent clients

London Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Anne Frank Trust, The Wilde Foundation, Best Practice Network

What do you like to do for fun?

Dance, travel, write, meet people and be a tourist

If you had a day where you could do absolutely anything, what would you do?

Spend time with a friend or two, in Ghana, Jamaica or Malaysia. Fasting, writing, hiking or reading