Focuses: Books, race, feminism, young people, society, mental health + Scotland. 

In 2017 I graduated with a 2:1 MA in History from the University of Edinburgh. I spent my first year as a graduate interning with The Young Women’s Movement in Edinburgh, where I provided key support and on occasion led the delivery and facilitation of a leadership programme, ‘Young Women Lead’ in partnership with the Scottish parliament.

I am passionate about challenging stereotypes and discussing taboo issues in a creative way online and I have been a contributor to BBC The Social for over a year. In October 2017 I had the opportunity to head up to Aberdeen, Scotland with BBC Radio 5 Live for a guest reporting feature about ‘period poverty’. More recently I worked on a piece with the BBC Radio Scotland programme Time Travels for Black History Month.

In November 2017 I was a I am a confident and experienced panellist and chairperson. I have worked with The Edinburgh International Book Festival, Children in Scotland, Glasgow Women’s Library and TedXBlythswoodSquare.

Check out some examples of my work below and you can keep up to date with my daily life/slide in to my DMs on Twitter and Instagram or email me at enquiries@tomiwafolorunso.com