Essence Women Leadership Summit - New York October 2007
Annual Calabash Literacy Festival – Jamaica,
The three-day festival brings together established and emerging writers from countries, including Ghana, Peru, the United States, Trinidad & Tobago , Barbados and host country Jamaica, for readings, discussions and music under canopies in the day time and beneath the stars at night.
Roadshow: Common Ties – Leeds, May 2006
An evening of celebration and promotion of our culture and heritage: the Common Ties events entertain and educate by celebrating the culture that has enabled us to rise, whilst also looking at what can be done to address some of the difficulties facing our youth in the education system. Speakers at the event included Councillor Sharon Hamilton, Leeds City Council, Richard Todd , author or 'My Black British Experience Aired and Shared', David Neita, barrister, social commentator and poet and Travis Johnson OBE, co-founder of the Jamaican Societ, Leeds. Fabbeh Husein, a director at Education Leeds also spoke at the event.
Roadshow: International Book Fair - London Olympia 2005
The London Book fair is the global publishing community's leading spring forum for booksellers, publishers, librarians and book production services worldwide.
Common Ties – Bristol,
Lorlett Hudson launched her ‘Things Mama Used to Say’ proverb cards in Bristol on Saturday, October 1, 2005.
The event was hosted by Fitzroy Andrew and guest speakers included Councillor Shirley Marshall from Bristol City Council and broadcaster and journalist, Sherrie Eugene.
Common Ties – Birmingham,
The inspirational cards were launched at the Orange Studio, Canon Street, in the heart of Birmingham on Thursday, April 28, 2005. The Midlands event was launched by Doreen Osbourne, chief executive, Birmingham Business Partnerships for Change. Bishop Joe Aldred and Mavis Stewart MBE both gave speeches on the night.
In Celebration of My Sisters – London, March 2005
Lorlett Hudson was interviewed by a 3,000 strong audience by comedian Gina Yashere at the hugely successful event held at the Royal Festival Hall.
Roadshow: International Book Fair – London Olympia, 2005 The London Book fair is the global publishing community's leading spring forum for booksellers, publishers, librarians and book production services worldwide.
Common Ties – London , September 2004
The launch of 'Things Mama Used to Say' was held at the Jamaican High Commission and speakers included Floella Benjamin OBE and Mrs Saunders, Deputy High Commissioner for Jamaica .