Richard Pascoe, has been a very successful music & media exec for over 30 years. London based Pascoe has held various positions within several media & entertainment companies. Starting in the ’90s in companies such as MTV, Sony Music, Rondor Music & more, Pascoe went on to hold various positions within Management, Marketing, Publishing, Production, Photography & more.
He is known for co-founding ‘Rampage’ (The world’s largest static sound system). An International publisher with Rondor Music, signing & developing legendary songwriter Wayne Hector. International Marketing consultant for Sony Music US, successfully marketing singles for J-Lo, Michael Jackson, Beyonce & many more.
Pascoe has also been involved with many causes for change, from helping to develop ‘Power 101’, the first mainstream radio station in Malawi, Africa. Co-ordinating the ‘Music for Peace’ event at the UNESCO office in Paris for the United Nations. Alongside Idris Elba, hosted the opening for the ‘American Black Film Festival’ in Hollywood. Also project manager for ‘Creativity Works’, an intensive 12-week bootcamp of high-impact media masterclasses and employability skills training for young 18 - 24 year olds from underrepresented backgrounds who want to break into the media & creative industries.
Following a career which saw
Ann Marie progress from a frontline child protection social worker in London
local authorities to a service manager and safeguarding lead, Ann Marie set up
her own safeguarding consultancy in 2010.
An expert in safeguarding for both children and adults, Ann Marie is an associate of: the NSPCC, numerous academy trusts, multiple local authorities, the Premier League and more.
Ann Marie’s safeguarding consultancy and training company works with a wide range of industries, including businesses from the sports, art, voluntary and faith sectors.
Ann Marie is UTCAI’s safeguarding consultant.
Johanne Penney head UTCAI’s (DE&I). She is a senior executive
leader whose work experience spans over 20 years advocating for equality and
She is experienced and has a current perspective alongside her own lived experience and is passionate & excited to be at the forefront as a positive disruptor. Working with leadership and management teams who genuinely want to shift the dial, level the playing field, and change the narrative to achieve equity within their organisation in 2022 and beyond UTCAI is about building confidence and working with organisations collaboratively to empower them to become change makers.
UTCAI will unapologetically help you elevate and modernise your business, providing you with practical tools on how to take strategic positive action and deliver measurable outcomes. .
Johanne Penney is UTCAI’s Diversity Equality & Inclusion consultant.
Theresa Moses has worked in education for 25 years and has a passion for all things inclusion. During this time, Theresa has worked across five boroughs in South London, in schools ranging from Special Measures to Outstanding.
In her role as Headteacher, she created ‘NIPA’ (Nursery Inclusion Project for All) through working in partnership with the LA and professionals to improve outcomes for children under the age of five with SEMH. Through creating a child centred approach and a shared platform where professionals work in partnership to change the narrative, Theresa promotes inclusion, celebrates diversity and enhances opportunities for children.
As part of her work on changing the narrative, she heads up one of ten schools included in the CLPE’s Reflecting Realities three year project.
More recently she became the NHS Cluster Lead for Croydon.
Ashley is a BSc in Sports Coaching & Analysis at LSBU. He has also completed a Masters in Sports Performance Analysis at Middlesex University.
Since then, he has been using sport as the vehicle to channel the energy of young people, and to release any stresses they may be facing.
His work entails working closely with individuals who have been excluded from mainstream education and young who have been in trouble with the criminal justice system by providing outreach work such as support programs and mentoring.
Ashley has always been passionate about inspiring others and creating an environment in which their highest potential can be realised, creating higher ambitions enabling individuals to have a positive impact on society.
Saffron Moses has worked in education for 10 years and has a
passion for networking and collaboration.
Saff has worked in a range of educational institutions across London and her experience includes: working as PA to a Headteacher and the SLT in a Trust, managing a Teaching School where she coordinated events for over 1,000 delegates and collaborating with universities to facilitate a School Direct programme.
During this time, Saff acquired a First Class degree in Accounting and Finance and opened a children’s holiday club, which she has successfully ran for 7 years, employing over 15 members of staff and providing an inclusive provision for 100s of children aged 3 to 11 years.
In 2020, Saff gained her Qualified Teacher Status and joined the world of teaching. Working in an inner-city school, Saff redesigned and introduced an Early Reading scheme which was embedded across the school and enables children to develop their love for learning.
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Training & Education Programme For Groups
UTCAI work with all types of youth groups facilitated by: local authority youth services, charities and voluntary organisations in the UK. We implement a varied education and training programme to explore issues directly related to inequality, diversity and inclusion with young people.
Using an array of dynamic, practical, fun and well-designed approaches, our equity, diversity and inclusion training and education programme is powerful, enjoyable, stimulating and thought-provoking.
The purpose of our programme for young people is to cultivate sustained change by addressing barriers to education and life-enhancing opportunities faced by young people in the UK. Our goal is to foster equal opportunities for all young people in the UK so each has unrestricted freedom to achieve their full potential .
Our equity, diversity and inclusion programme is inclusive, tailored to the needs of each group and designed in line with the requirements of national frameworks for young people in the UK. Most of each
During sessions, young people will: explore challenging issues, facilitate transformative discourse, enrich practical skillsets, build a strong sense of self-worth and address barriers to education, skills and training.
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UTCAI Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Training and Education For Young People
Our equity, diversity and inclusion training and education programmes for companies and young people includes:
• Alternative Provision: a 6-12 week programme for children at a high risk of exclusion or already excluded.
• Bespoke early intervention projects for children at risk of exclusion
• Bespoke courses and training