In this episode of the Every L podcast, I am joined by Kirsty who shares her inspiring story of promoting positive change despite facing discrimination and mistreatment from her employer due to her pregnancy. Kirsty, a trained barrister, was forced to resign from her job as the company refused to take her back part-time after requesting to work reduced hours. Kirsty also shares how growing up in poverty affected her self-esteem and confidence, as well as her passion for supporting young people through her charity work. Listeners are encouraged to reach out and support Kirsty’s charities if possible, as she aims to highlight the brilliance of young people and build their confidence through leadership programs.
Follow Every L Podcast on IG for some exclusive content @everylpodcast Twitter/TikTok: EveryLPodcast
More about Kirsty:
Kirsty is a trained barrister, with an exceptional ability to bring local communities together. A director of two charities, a school governor, and an NHS manager, her passion includes supporting young people to achieve the best versions of themselves. An innovative thinker, Kirsty has extensive experience in service delivery, community mobilization, and delivering outcomes.
To leave or reply to comments, please download free Podbean or
To leave or reply to comments, please download free Podbean App.