Young Leaders

Meet our Young Leaders who will play a leading role in shaping our current programmes and develop new ones.

Meet this years of Young Leaders as part of The Brokerage’s ambassador programme!

Our Young Leaders Programme 2021-2022 has now started.

The programme is designed for ambitious and driven young people to get involved in a variety of projects that are youth-led to help support the work of The Brokerage and their own career progression.

Not only will their input support young people that are part of our candidate pool, but they will also engage in inspiring work to create more diverse workplaces within the corporate sector for themselves and future generations of Brokerage candidates!

Our Young Leaders programme is supported by corporate donations – find out more about how you can support this group here.

Scroll down to meet our Young Leaders!

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Sultan Adeshina

Adedoyin Adeyanju

Ayub Mohamed

Sultan Adeshina

My name is Sultan Adeshina.

I love to see black people in power and doing well, especially the corporate world. As a black person myself,  this is what I wish for myself and my peers in the future. I also want to make a contribution to society.

Adedoyin Adeyanju

My name is Adedoyin Adeyanju.

I wanted to become a Brokerage Young Leader so that I could have more opportunities to speak publicly about education and careers, something I’m very passionate about.

Ayub Mohamed

My name is Ayub Mohamed.

The Brokerage addresses the main disconnect for young people who share the same background as myself, opportunity. I want to be a part of bridging that gap to help young people reach their potential.

Pamela Chirinos Montoya

Pamela Chirinos Montoya

Teodora Paduret

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Michaela Sey

Pamela Chirinos Montoya

My name is Pamela Chirinos Montoya.

As part of the first cohort of Young Leaders last year, we experienced some amazing achievements. I wanted to continue to give back and achieve our goals despite the disruption caused by the pandemic.

Aadil Sonvadi

My name is Aadil Sonvadi.

I am part of the Generation 2020 Ambassador Board. I applied to become an ambassador as I believe that every student should have equal opportunities and access to services regardless of their upbringing. Therefore, this role will allow me to represent fellow students and make their experience with The Brokerage worthwhile. During my time as an ambassador, I want to promote The Brokerage to as many schools across London, especially to those with disadvantaged students.

Michaela Sey

My name is Michaela Sey.

I chose to be a Young Leader because I want to act as a voice to increase employability access for all candidates. I want candidates to know that working in the City is achievable. Having learnt about how corporates are diversifying their recruitment process , I want to provide candidates with valuable insights about available opportunities. I’m also looking forward to collaborating with the other Young Leaders.

Christos Ioannides

Sharon Silver

Emily Emiru

Christos Ioannides

My name is Christos Ioannides.

I wanted to become a Brokerage Young Leader because I have gained so much. I enjoy giving back and want to make a difference in the community. I’m a firm believer in the idea that no matter what their background, anyone should have the same opportunity to achieve their dreams.

Sharon Silver

Hello, I’m Sharon Silver.

I was a Brokerage Ambassador last year and I really enjoyed the impact I was able to have. There’s still more I want to do and will continue to do so as a Young Leader.

Emily Emiru

My name is Emily Emiru.

I was a Brokerage Ambassador last year and loved the experience! I really want to continue to give back to The Brokerage in any way that I can.

Edna Bannor

Efetobore Efemini

Yasmine Frimpong Manso

Edna Bannor

My name is Edna Bannor.

I wanted to become a Young Leader to push myself out of my comfort zone. As an introvert, it’s easier for me to shy away from talking in front of others, but I enjoy advising young people about education and career interests. The best part about this opportunity is that Young Leaders are not expected to be experts – just passionate about opportunities for young people.

Efetobore Efemini

My name is Efetobore Efemini.

What particularly attracted me to apply to become a Young Leader was the opportunity to develop my personal and professional brand, as well as to connect and meet with and encourage other like-minded students from similar backgrounds.

Yasmine Frimpong Manso

My name is Yasmine Frimpong Manso.

The Brokerage has helped me to develop my professional career, as well as focus on personal development. I relate to their dedication to social mobility. Being from an underrepresented background, can feel as though the corporate world is not for ‘people like me.’ I wanted to be a Young Leader to dispel the many misconceptions about professionality.

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Zi Rong Huang

Amal Abdirahman

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Patrick Ntiamoah

Zi Rong Huang

My name is Zi Rong Huang.

I chose to become a Young Leader because I wanted to give back to The Brokerage for all the help they have provided me, including a mentoring opportunity during my recent gap year. I want to help raise the profile of The Brokerage among my peers.

Helin Topoglu

My name is Helin Topoglu.

I chose to be a Generation 2020 Ambassador because I want to help make The Brokerage more accessible for students all over London. I am passionate about the brilliant ideas I have for the student who are registered with The Brokerage. During my time as an ambassador I would like to develop my skills as a leader and would love to witness mine as well as the 2020 Generation Ambassadors’ ideas come to life improving the services provided by The Brokerage.

Patrick Ntiamoah

My name is Patrick Ntiamoah.

As a Young Leader, I thought it would be great to follow on from the great work that had been achieved by the Generation 2020 Ambassador Team last year.

Elizabet Ciochina

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Haseeb Rauf

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Ibrahim Dayyan

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Elizabet Ciochina

My name is Elizabet Ciochina.

During these times of uncertainty, I received lots of support from The Brokerage on my CV, online mentoring and masterclasses. I’m keen to offer the same support to fellow students. I hope to dispel the misconceptions about the corporate world and help students who may feel their social background is a barrier between them and their desired professional career.

Haseeb Rauf

My name is Haseeb Rauf.

As a Young Leader, I am keen to take part in the youth consultancy for the Brokerage’s key partners, and to develop key skills like public speaking.

Ibrahim Dayyan

My name is Ibrahim Dayyan.

I wanted to become a Young Leader because I enjoy learning and helping others.

Olivia Odunjo Climent

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Sophie Washbrook

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Warin Sarakitgoson

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Olivia Odunjo Climent

My name is Olivia Odunjo Climent.

Becoming a Young Leader is a brilliant way to share my passions and give back, as well as meeting other motivated and driven people!

Sophie Washbrook

My name is Sophie Washbrook.

I want to work with like-minded people who also are passionate about Banking and Finance. I am looking forward to discussing current affairs within the industry and want help others, in the same way that The Brokerage has helped me.

Warin Sarakitgoson

My name is Warin Sarakitgoson.

Having personally benefitted from programmes run by The Brokerage, I have experienced some incredible opportunities to enable disadvantaged students like me to feel more confident and knowledgeable to engage in a professional environment.

I want to contribute to the amazing work and help other students who also deserve similar opportunities to succeed.

Sean Ogundipe

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Louis Kythreotis

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Ammi Mulugeta

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Sean Ogundipe

My name is Sean Ogundipe.

As a Young Leader, I hope I can gain new experiences, developing my leadership, vocational and organisation skills.

Louis Kythreotis

My name is Louis Kythreotis.

When I attended an in person Brokerage masterclass recently, I met many students who were keen to hear about my experiences so far. This was when I realised that students could benefit from speaking to people a few years older. So I’m really looking forward to giving guidance on the transition from education to employment.

Ammi Mulugeta

My name is Ammi Mulugeta.

I want to become part of something impactful to other people whilst also improving on my personal leadership skills. The Brokerage has had a large impact in helping me develop myself and I would like to do the same.

Teodora Paduret

My name is Teodora Paduret.

What made me want to become a Young Leader was the collaboration with like-minded young people. I also thought it would mean amazing opportunities and responsibility.

Amal Abdirahman

My name is Amal Abdirahman.

I wanted to become a Young Leader to give back, improve my confidence and professional skills and meet new people!

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Ammi Mulugeta

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What inspired me to apply for the post was the possibility of being able to act as a connection between disadvantaged students, who have not had the opportunity to access the world of work, and potential employers. As an ambassador I would aim to attract an even more diverse range of students, who have the potential to achieve their dream career, to apply to The Brokerage’s schemes.

Aadil Sonvadi

Aadil Sonvadi