Our Local Governors

Lynette Nabbosa

Co-opted Governor

Lynette is the CEO and Co-Founder of Elimu, a platform dedicated to bridging the racial wealth gap by connecting young people with businesses, mentors, and opportunities. Elimu partners with organisations to upskill and empower racially minoritised young people through employability and entrepreneurship initiatives. Before social entrepreneurship, Lynette was a Senior Lecturer in Business and the Academic Lead for her institutions EDI committee.

Currently pursuing a doctorate, Lynette is designing a social capital framework to empower aspiring Black entrepreneurs and improve equality in business outcomes. She holds a Chancellor Muhammad Yunus scholarship for her MSc in Social Business and Microfinance, with a Distinction and Best Dissertation prize for her research on Black entrepreneurship in the informal economy.  Lynette amplifies lived experiences as a Racial Justice Consultant and Commissioner on the Mayor of London's Commission for Diversity in the Public Realm (CDPR). CDPR strives to make London's public spaces more representative of its diversity, through initiatives like the Untold Stories Fund, London Unseen walks and tours, and a planned memorial for Transatlantic Slave Trade victims. As a Racial Justice Consultant, Lynette has worked with organisations like Oxfam, The Children's Society, and the Royal National Institute of Deafness to promote anti-racism and equity.