Girls Talk London brings to you our latest inspirational series "I am Mogul" which features in-depth interviews with some of the most bad-ass women around the world to empower you to take ownership of where you want your career, business and life to become and to unleash your own power to make your dreams happen.
In this episode our hosts Vanessa Sanyauke and Dean Quinton talk to Activist and Model Munroe Bergdorf who shares her experiences as a trans-female in the modelling industry, her passion for social activism and dealing with challenging times.
Girls Talk London Sessions is a brand new online panel talk show to provide inspiration and tips from leading experts on Fashion, Beauty, Careers, Business, Health and Well-being alongside some fun girly chat.
“Girls Talk London Sessions” is led by four dynamic, diverse and outspoken hosts who are: Vanessa Sanyauke, Founder of Girls Talk London Remel London, Award-wining TV Presenter & Co-Host on what’s up, Sky 1 Dean Quinton Smith, Presenter and Cast Member of Bear Grylls, Channel 4 Yazmin Joy Vigus, Writer, Blogger & Founder of aliljoy.com
The panel is made up of young people who reflect the millennial generation who are trendsetting & influential but whose opinions and daily challenges are often swept to the side in the mainstream. This group say what young women in the UK actually think with open and honest conversation about a range of topics from Fashion, Beauty, Celebrities, Careers, Relationships and Life!
The panel seek advice and interview the following guests: Vicky Silverthorn, Former PA to Lily Allen & many celebrities and is now Founder of You Need a Vicky Remi Ray, Founder of British Fashion plus Size Weekend & Remi Ray, Cosmopolitan Ultimate Woman Nominee Vee Chanda, Celebrity Make-up Artist whose clients include US Stars Terrence J and Draya Michele Ruby Mae Moore, Editor-in-Chief of Amor Magazine Jenny Garrett, Women’s Coach and Author of Rocking your Role, featured on BBC Radio 4 & the Telegraph Steve Ochan, Fitness Expert & Owner of Shake that Zumba