Hadassah Radway

MBA (EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT), B.ED., DIP. ED., CERT.ED
Hadassah

Hadassah has worked as an educator for over forty years and has endeavoured to motivate and positively challenge students, both youngsters and adults, to reach their educational potential. Her teaching and managerial experiences have been wide and varied. She has taught in the primary, secondary and tertiary sectors of education in the UK and in The Bahamas.

Hadassah worked as Head of the Ethnic Minority Achievement Service (EMAS) for Bristol City Council Children and Young Peoples Services (CPYS). She has also worked in the Sheffield School Effectiveness – Advisory and Inspection Department as a Teacher Adviser as well as the Manager for the African Caribbean Initiative Project (ACIP) in Dudley Education Department. She currently works as Education Consultant for South Gloucestershire & Stroud College (SGScol), Bristol Campus.

She is a sought after conference speaker on diversity and cultural issues, including the impact of the government’s policies on the Windrush Generation.
She works as Race Council Cymru (RCC) Black History Wales Education & Engagement Officer. She also serves as Secretary and Member of South Wales Jamaican Society (SWJS), a grassroots community group supporting people who have a Jamaican heritage in South Wales by providing food boxes for families and single person households on low income during the COVID19 pandemic.

She is currently serving as the Pastor of New Testament Church of God (NTCG) Bath. She has a passion to work with the wonderful people of God’s church.

She has a passion to work with people and empower them to truly become people of excellence.

OUR TWEETS

Join Our Mailing List

1 Step 1
keyboard_arrow_leftPrevious
Nextkeyboard_arrow_right
FormCraft - WordPress form builder

Top News

Submit Your Event

Have you got a great event happening in Wales? Want to feature it on BHMWales – Black History Month Wales’s online events calendar for free?

Take a peek at what we have got up to over the last few years. If you have any suggestions about events that you would like to see the Black History Month Wales hold again, then please get in touch.