MIND. BODY. SOUL VIRTUAL EVENT
The culture of wellness is defined by the choices we make. Awareness and knowledge open paths on choices. The key, one learns, isn’t just knowing what you want, it’s accepting what you have time for and what you don’t. There’s a distinction between good health, mental wellbeing, and the absence of dis-ease. Unless we prioritize our wellbeing and remain intentional about the kind of time, we dedicate to ourselves, and spend with others, life’s sweet spot we crave might sour quicker than it should.
Join Women Supporting Women’s Prince’s Trust initiative, in partnership with Brilliant Breakfast, and The Toucan Project, on two virtual sessions on filled with knowledge on how to upgrade our overall well-being through this collective, FREE, and widely accessible Mind-Body-Soul event in honour of the Day of the Girl 2021.
In this rich, dynamic, multi-cultural environment, hosted by Life & Leadership coach, Lara Augusta, and led by two renowned human beings, Desiree Perez and Pamela Sherman, in conversations with other four superb professionals, Aggie Mutuma, Erica Jung, Mamta Saha and Due Quach, we will not only embark on a journey of self-awareness, but also gain practical, readily available insights on how to allow us moments of self-care throughout our days, no matter the environment, or circumstances we might be inserted in.
In Conversations (Panel Format)
Time: 08:00am EST / 1:00pm London / 4pm Dubai / 08:00pm Hong Kong
Introductions by: Lara Augusta
Lead host & Panel Facilitator: Desiree Perez
Speakers: Aggie Mutuma, Erica Jung and Mamta Saha
Join event – Passcode: 268463
In Conversations (Panel Format)
Time: 10:00am EST / 3:00pm London / 6pm Dubai / 10:00pm Hong Kong
Introductions by: Lara Augusta
Lead host & Panel Facilitator: Pamela Sherman
Keynote Speaker: Due Quach
Join event – Passcode: 915127
Life & Leadership Coach
Lara embraces a multicultural, multi-passionate approach to coaching, and offers a fresh, unique perspective. She has lived, studied, and worked in Brazil, Canada, China, Switzerland, Russia, South Korea, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Her travels have taken her to 53+ countries. It is from this expansive and varied experiences that she is able to provide a deep and rich coaching experience.
CEO of Mahogany Inclusion Partners & Lead Inclusion Director
Aggie is the CEO and lead consulting director of Mahogany Inclusion Partners.
Aggie is an experienced and passionate Inclusion Specialist, HR Leader and Executive Coach with a keen passion for supporting organisations as they build cultures where everyone can thrive. She works with C-Suite leaders, HR directors, Inclusion leaders and their teams to explore mindsets, compassionately challenge beliefs and create psychologically safe spaces for reflection, behaviour change and inclusive cultures.
Aggie’s recent focus areas include:
- Facilitating c-suite inclusion strategy and engagement workshops
- Progressing diversity and inclusion maturity and strategy
- Managing race in the workplace
- Developing organisational race fluency
- Developing organisational allyship
- Building HR team inclusion and race fluency capability
Aggie is a sought-after inclusion specialist who has been engaged by the CIPD and other organisations to write, advise and speak on inclusion matters. In addition, Aggie is an inclusion and people awards judge, supporting the ‘Business Culture Awards’ and the CIPD People Management awards. She is a trusted panellist and speaker most recently for the CBI and the CIPD Annual Conference 2020 to address issues of inclusion in the workplace.
As an individual, Aggie is known for her disarming, authentic and candid approach which creates a psychologically safe environment for open sharing and growth. She is described as engaging, commercially astute, an effective confidante and as an inspirational coach and mentor. She is passionate, inquisitive and has a naturally coaching style which makes her an effective safe space facilitator and instigator of mindset and behaviour change.
Psychologist & Entrepreneur
Her bold and practical insights on psychology, lifestyle, well-being and spirituality have been featured multiple times on Sky News, The Victoria Derbyshire Show, Studio One Daily Lifestyle Show, The Round Table and Zee TV.
Print Media and Radio
Mamta has also contributed columns, interviews and insights in several online and print magazines and newspapers on variety of subjects aligned to lifestyle psychology, mental health, personal growth, self-care and relationships. She has been featured in many magazines such as The Stylist Magazine and The Guardian. Mamta has been a part the BBC Asian Network radio family as a ‘go to’ psychologist since 2004. Mamta also contributes on Dubai Eye radio, Talk Sport radio, BBC Radio 4 and BBC radio London.
Corporate Engagements Mamta’s expertise to coach, design and facilitate powerful programmes, have seen her work with international organisations such as Tesco, L’Oréal, the Department of International Trade (UK) and the Royal Opera House. As a proponent of leadership, Unlocking Self-limiting Beliefs, is a successful bi-yearly bespoke workshop Mamta facilitates as a part of the Advanced program for future leaders at Lloyds of London.
Mamta’s desire to ‘spread the love’ about the power of mindset, has had her take the stage in front of international audiences. Amongst them, How to lead your Business with Social Tools for Google UK and Leveraging the Potential of Indian Youth for the Foundation of Indian Diaspora in The Hague.
With a strong belief in the opportunity of education, Mamta maintains multiple roles with academia as a lecturer, researcher and active member of the learning community. Mamta continues to hold visiting lecturer roles at several universities in the UK and UAE.
Author, Founder & CEO
Having started life in poverty as a refugee in inner-city Philadelphia, Due turned to neuroscience to heal the long-term effects of trauma, graduate from Harvard College and the Wharton School of Business and build a successful international business career. Due’s extraordinary story is featured in The Portal, a documentary film about meditation as a portal for healing and transformation.
After her autobiographical essay, “Poor and Traumatized at Harvard,” became a viral sensation, she collaborated with student leaders to start a grassroots organization, the Collective Success Network, to mentor, support, and empower low-income, first-generation college students to successfully navigate college and enter professional careers.
Executive Coach & Leadership Strategist
In her work, Desiree also focuses on supporting women in breaking the “glass ceiling”, helping navigate complex and challenging organizational environments and strategizing on career growth.
Desiree has more than 15 years of senior management and global experience working in North America, South America, Europe and New Zealand. She has a Bachelors of Science in Marketing, a Masters of Science in Leadership & Strategic Management, a Master of Business Administration, is a Certified Executive Leadership Coach, accredited by the International Coach Federation, and is a Certified Cultural Mastery Coach.
Desiree has a strong business background and has worked with Fortune 500 corporations as well as small to mid-sized companies. She is the former Programming Chair for the International Coach Federation of Orange County, California chapter. Desiree was born in Argentina and has lived all over the world. She speaks fluent English, Spanish and German, and is versed in French and Italian.
Yogi, Healer & Entrepreneur
As a former western health care provider that supports others in healing some of their deepest traumas, her work and dedication spans many fields, East, West, and Indigenous, and is focused on having people experience the benefits and freedom of integrative practices in safe and informative spaces.
It is her core belief that everyone has the capacity to find their best and highest self with aligned guidance, supportive environments, and a taste of the magic that is possible. Erica’s ultimate passion and joyous life offering is in helping others understand who they truly are and to embrace the wonderment of life fully.
The Suburban Outlaw & Entrepreneur
Pam has been an adjunct professor at American University, where she created an award-winning curriculum in Arts Law in the Arts Management Program. She has guest lectured at Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Business, Rochester Institute of Technology, and the Doctoral Program at St. John Fisher College.
Pam is a highly rated global resource for leadership groups including Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO), the Entrepreneurs Organization (EO) & Vistage.
Her charitable involvement has benefited many organizations including, among others, the Humane Society, the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, GEVA Theatre, JDRF, the Center for Youth, Young Women’s Leadership Network, National Children’s Hospital, and many others. She also serves as a board member of JWI. She is a member of Actor’s Equity Association, the Screen Actors Guild and of the bars of New York & Washington, D.C.