Foundation Diploma alumna and social entrepreneur Gabby Jahanshahi-Edlin has joined forces with creative consultancy A Studio of Our Own to launch a series of values-led workshops for charities and social enterprises.
Gabby has been named one of The Progress 1000: London's most influential people 2018 Top Changemaker by the Evening Standard, a Top 50 Trailblazers in Gender Equality 2021 by We Are The City and one of 100 trailblazers redefining the creative industry 2019 by The Dots.
Now Gabby, founder and former CEO of charity Bloody Good Period is working with Tom Cornfoot and Ginnie Le Mestre of B Corp, A Studio of Our Own, to bring a series of workshops to charities and socially-minded organisations from this month (November).
Gabby says of the venture: “‘Purpose’ has been a buzzword for corporates and private companies for years, but charities often miss out on that kind of strategic thinking. With Bloody Good Period, having a really clear purpose and tone of voice was central to building our movement — bringing together like-minded people who supported our cause. I’m passionate about helping other charities to learn those lessons. If you can get those things right, the whole organisation benefits.”
To find out more about the workshops head to: https://www.astudioofourown.com/workshops