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Akeim Mundell (BEM)

Akeim Mundell (BEM) has dedicated his life to ending gun and knife crime after the death of his close friend. Having started campaigning with the Reclaim Project which encourages leadership in children from working class communities, Akeim joined the education sector at the age of 16 and has worked within various roles.

After studying for six years in university, Akeim became Lead Pastoral Manager, Head of Year 11 at a secondary school in South Manchester. One of Akeim’s proudest achievements is receiving a British Empire Medal from the Queen in 2017 for his dedication and commitment to the community.

In January 2023, Akeim was appointed Assistant Principal at William Hulme’s Grammar School, becoming one of the UK’s youngest assistant headteachers

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