Aba Amoah joins us this International Women’s Day

As part of our Inspirational Speaker Series we are delighted to host political activist and University of Kent alumna Aba Amoah

Please join us for our next talk in the Inspirational Speaker series. Aba Amoah will be joining us online at 2-3pm on Wednesday 8th March, when we will be talking about how the creation of diverse innovative projects can build a sustainable society, as well as contributing to developing an inclusive economy that works for everyone.

Aba holds a Masters degree in Public Policy from Queen Mary University of London and an undergraduate degree from the University of Kent. She is political activist focusing on women’s rights, the continuation of the Black Lives Matter Movement, and developing innovative projects.

Aba currently works at the Royal Academy of Engineering with a main focus on developing innovative projects alongside Tech and Engineering entrepreneurs. Aba has hosted political conferences on her experience, education, and innovation. She has featured in various publications such as Vogue, Cosmopolitan, BBC, CNN, ELLE and the Fuller Project.

From the global energy security crisis to the ongoing challenge of achieving net zero and addressing climate change, to creating solutions to tackle poverty to the latest technological and digital programmes. Through the creation of diverse innovative project we can build a sustainable society, as well as developing products and services and an inclusive economy that works for everyone.


Wednesday 8th March 


Contact hssengage@kent.ac.uk for more information or click here for an invite link.

If you would like to explore any of the previous inspiring talks from this series, please view the Inspirational Speaker section of the HSS Student Guide: click here.