My friend’s daughter needs your vote.
Her name is Esme Allman. I have watched this young lady grow from strength to strength over a number of years – including attending one of her performances. A fine young lady, with so much to give, she is beautiful inside and out.
Esme is the BME convenor, which involves organising Black History Month, kickstarting the LiberatED campaign (revising Edinburgh’s curriculum to be more inclusive and empowering for minorities), planning events for BME Mental Health and Awareness, as well as holding events that empower the Women of Colour at Edinburgh. On top of this, she performs poetry and acts, featuring in a four-hander, sell-out play earlier this year. She is also part of the model team for this year’s charity fashion show.
Currently number three on the list, she needs a boost to get her to her rightful position – number one!
VOTE now to have your say
Welcome to The Tab Future 100, supported by Barclays. It’s like the Forbes list, but for the women to watch at Edinburgh.
Below are a group of carefully selected students – those with the most up-votes will be entered into The Tab Future 100: a definitive list celebrating influential women across the country.
Those who feature in The Tab Future 100 will be invited to Barclays’ head office to gain mentorship and advice from leading female execs at Barclays.
Voting closes this Sunday at 11:59pm.
Voting is easy; just click here for the link.
Many thanks in advance.
Have a great day everyone!
Love, P. x