Lady Phyll in conversation
Join Worcester College Provost, David Isaac CBE, as he interviews leading role models from diverse backgrounds to discover more about their careers, motivations and what they'd pass on.
Phyll Opoku-Gyimah - widely known as Lady Phyll after turning down an MBE - has more than two decades of experience as an LGBTQ+ rights activist and anti-racism campaigner. She advocated for workers' rights at the largest civil service union and co-founded UK Black Pride. Since being established in 2005, this award-winning initiative has grown to be Europe's largest celebration of LGBTQ+ people of colour.
Phyll is also Executive Director of Kaleidoscope Trust, a charity dedicated to fighting for the human rights of LGBTQ+ people across the Commonwealth and beyond.