Amna Abdullatif is a community psychologist who has worked in the voluntary sector for over 15 years, leading national and international projects to support women and children.
She co founded Sisters Rising, a consultancy collective working to create inclusive work spaces and practices, which is launching soon!
She is also a professional coach interested in change and transition within an equity lens as well as supporting minortised women to take up space.
Amna completed her masters in community psychology and has her thesis 'The voices of women in the Arab Spring' published in the Journal of Social Science Education.
She is an international speaker and writer and has spoken across the UK as well as Palestine, Lebanon, Estonia to New Zealand and has been published in The Anthology of Silence.