Claire Clottey is a dynamic community engagement specialist and award-winning broadcast journalist passionate about social impact, diversity, and inclusion and effect social change.
Established as a cross-sector leader, Claire has supported grassroots organizations and charities to build capacity through partnerships with statutory and corporate businesses. She is adept at developing strategies to improve engagement, access funding and improve outcomes for young people, women, BAME communities and underrepresented groups.
Known as a socially and culturally conscious commentator in the world of media and events, Claire continues to produce digital, radio and written content that informs entertains and inspires mass audiences. You’ll also find her hosting a range of prestigious social purpose events and campaigning on social media.
Currently, the presenter of #TimeToTalk a monthly sociopolitical show sponsored by Brent Council on The Beat London 103.6FM, Claire is also a regular parent contributor on BBC 5 Live #UpAllNight alongside Dotun Adebayo and can occasionally be heard on Penny Smith’s Breakfast Show at talkRADIO. Claire continues to facilitate important conversations and is the resident moderator of The Centre of Pan African Thought Debates. She has played an active role on the Brent London Borough of Culture 2020 strategic board and provides specialist services on behalf of brands, charities and SME’s committed to Social Responsibility.
“It’s refreshing to take part in conversations with experienced, inspiring and articulate black people making positive contributions to society. It’s All Blakademik is a much needed space and a rare opportunity for me to ‘fit in’ whilst at the same time being appreciated for having a slightly different experience to my peers. The opportunity for audiences to witness the dynamic of shared learning in action is pertinent to our sociopolitical and economic growth.”