Kevin worked for Sony Music for 13 years as a Record Company Executive where he received numerous awards for excellence in his field.
Kevin has ran several businesses from the age of 23 and is founder and director of a successful commercial cleaning company and has been responsible at the majority of the companies major contract successes in the cleaning of large multi-tenanted buildings.
Kevin is very active within the industry being a member of British Institute of Cleaning Science (BICS) and was recently made a Freeman of London and is a member of the prestigious Livery Company, the Worshipful Company of Environmental Cleaners, the lead body for awarding the Building Cleanability Awards
Ewemade is the founder of Our Heritage TV (OHTV) and the President of the Black Minority Ethnic Television Film and Media organisation (BMETVFM) that was formed in 2003. He is also co founder of the new Secondary School in Croydon – Harris Invictus which opened in September 2014.
The inspiration behind OHTV was to end, once and for all, what he saw as “ the dubious concept of Black History Month”. Ewemade feels that Black history was too important and too rich for it to be celebrated at one particular time of the month. With the 24 hour 7 days a week availability of OHTV , its wider focus on all aspects of black history in the UK since 1950, this has been achieved.
Is a proud mother of who she refers to as her fantastic 5. She's a passionate social entrepreneur, Author, Multi award winner, Access Conciousness Bars Practitioner, NLP Practitioner and passionate about youth entrepreneurship. Her two eldest children have been published authors since the age of 11 and 7 and now public speakers and youth coaches etc. Sabrina has been featured on international media platforms (Arab, Radio and newspapers) for her work with single parent families which was fortunate to catch the attention of The Secret Millionaire (Channel 4 show).
Abigail Bernard has over 10 years of experience specialising in factual television research, oral history, community heritage, documentaries and genealogy projects.
Projects worked on have included BBCTV 'Black History of Britain' (midwifery episode), Lewisham Council's Black History Month and 'Many Rivers To Cross' book about Caribbean workers contributions to the NHS.
Brian Dickens MBE is a former director of the North Lambeth and North Southwark Sport Action Zone, and is currently the Community Development Advisor and Trustee for the Black Prince Trust.
Brian has been instrumental in the research work for Our Heritage TV and in particular playing a leading role in the development of the Heroes (and ‘Sheroes’) section of OHTV.
Having studied Journalism and Marketing, Alvaro Garcia’s career has been principally focused on communication.
He has international experience which has involved working on projects in many countries such as United Kingdom and Spain. Amongst others, Alvaro has worked on projects from diversity, history, media and entertainment, to health and the non-profit sector.