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Trishuana and her passion for inspiring others

Trishauna is an English Teacher at Louise Da-Cocodia Education Trust. She has taught English at the Saturday school for a number of years. Trishauna is extremely passionate where it concerns education and educating others.

It is always her aim to inspire and encourage the youth to aspire to be the best versions of themselves. In her work, she creates an environment which is supportive and allows young people to identify with the successes of positive figures alike themselves.

Trishauna has recently completed a biography which brings-to-life the voice of Louise Da-Cocodia and chaired a discussion as part of our project Windrush Women the backbone of the NHS. She was also the winner of the Caribbean and African Health Network (CAHN) 2019 Leadership and Empowerment Award.

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