Today on the show, I am chatting with Kiran Sahota, a Social historian, researcher and public speaker on South Asian history with a special focus on women.
Kiran and I chat about growing up in Birmingham, the start of her research career, that pivotal moment when she quit her full-time HR job to focus on women in history, her family's’ path from India to England and the film project she is currently working with the help of the military.
What I did totally forget to discuss was her stint as an Olympic torch relay person representing England leading up to the 2012 Olympics. But, everything else and so much more coming up.
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Kiran is a Heritage and Education Consultant, Project Manager, history researcher and public speaker for South Asian history. She currently works with BAME young people from low social economical areas, educating them on histories that are often not taught in mainstream education. She is especially passionate about empowering women to their culture and heritage, by producing projects that they can be involved in. She’s available for exhibitions, workshops, presentations and speaking events. More information https://www.bimcic.com