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Cesaire Stephens

Cesaire Stephens is the Deputy Chair of the Louise Da-Cocodia Education Trust and has worked in the youth and community field for over a decade. His knowledge and expertise in this field was further enhanced by completing a MA in youth and community work from Manchester Metropolitan University. Volunteering initially as a mentor in the Saturday School, Cesaire later assumed a tutor role and ‘was honoured’ to become a Trustee. He also worked in various capacities in pupil referral units, before undertaking a post graduate certificate in education, in Social Sciences.

Cesaire believes young people are our future and we need to help them reach their full potential. Through education, knowledge of history and building their confidence, youngeople could dare to dream and aspire to be.

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