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An innovator, organiser, and leader, Whitney has created enterprises that recognise specific social challenges. She was previously vice-chair of Equanomics UK, a founding member of the SOLA Foundation (Spirit Of London Awards) and co-founder of NoSexWithOutLove a movement to educate and empower young women. Whitney also worked with the Office of the Children’s Commissioner as a panel member for the Two Year Inquiry into Child Sexual Exploitation in Groups and Gangs. Currently, she is the founder and CEO of Project 507 Limited, a social enterprise that was established to change systemic conditions that generate violence by developing innovative solutions to create positive peace.
She has over 14 years experience as a frontline practitioner in the youth violence sector and works from a trauma-informed perspective, with training from the Tavistock and Portman Clinic. She is also a senior associate member of the Association for Psychodynamic Practice and Counselling in Organisational Settings and a British Psychoanalytical Counsel Trainee.
Whitney’s other roles include being a panel member of the Young Review, blogger for the Huffington Post, writer for the Guardian and guest lecturer for the University of East London. Currently she facilitates professional development courses, is a sought after motivational speaker, presenter, trainer, and mentor.