Jacqueline Onalo

SHORTLISTED NOMINEE: 

POSITIVE ROLE MODEL AWARD FOR RACE, RELIGION & FAITH –


Kenyan-born, mother of one, Jacqueline Onalo is a barrister and solicitor of England and Wales. She is a senior human rights lawyer who contributes to Home Office policy consultations related to asylum, immigration and human rights law. Jacqueline is a fellow of the RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce). She is an acclaimed and in-demand legal and leadership trainer who regularly fulfils requests for key note and motivational speaking roles. In the public sector Jacqueline is currently working with the NHS on development programmes targeted at ethnic minorities breaking the glass ceiling. She has devised and delivers JOLT Youth Leadership and Mentorship Programme. Miss Onalo is a Comic Relief African Diaspora ChangeMaker, one of 100 key African leaders selected for her extensive achievements in community and international development work in Sub Saharan Africa and the UK.


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