Chantel is an author, Teen mentor, Mother & Daughter Relation Specialist and Director and Co-Founder of Sister2Sister C.I.C. Sister2Sister works with educational establishments & community organisations to raise the aspirations of ethnic minority females through a bespoke Empowerment programme. Sister2Sister also offers a support package to parents & families through the Big Sister 1-2-1 Mentoring service.
Chantel has more than ten years of teaching & mentoring experience and has taught in a variety of educational settings. She also has her own English tuition business, and a further business that offers support to educational establishments in a bid to increase their students learning experience.
With all these projects under her belt, it’s clear to see that she’s not afraid of hard work and has a passion for young people. This further confirms why Sister2Sister made the finals of the Great British Entrepreneur Award 2020, for the entrepreneurial spirit award category. When it comes to supporting young people, this is where Chantel truly feels at ease.
As a Great British Entrepreneur Award 2020 finalist for the Entrepreneurial Spirit Award, Chantel demonstrated that she can lead the way for business – and is all about getting things done and leading the charge! This award was commends those who have the ability to act, a hunger for opportunity, a growth mindset and willingness to be challenged and a strong work ethic.
Chantel is passionate about the work she does because she understands and has witnessed the impact upon ethnic minority females who lack positive role models in their lives. What makes Sister2Sister unique is the strategies used to empower and support the students and mentees are the exact strategies Chantel used to start living a life full of passion and purpose.
Chantel is the author of book “Imani’s Diary” a coming of age fictional novel depicting the lives of teenagers set in the 90’s. Inspiration for Imani’s Diary came from Chantel’s passion to support young females. Many of the scenarios and circumstances within the book such as relationships, dysfunctional families, lone families, and abandonment are derived from the challenges that Chantel observes through her own work as a Teen Mentor for young women. The book is great for parents, those working in education and the community, to get an insight into the challenges that teenagers may be facing.
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What you are about to read is Imani’s diary – uncovered and uncensored. Imani is just a regular girl growing up with her family in the 90s. On the surface, Imani seems to enjoy her teenage years, but she longs for acceptance, commitment, and security. She seeks these in some of the most alarming ways imaginable, but does she ever find contentment?
Even though she uncovers fake friendships, family secrets and relationship blunders, she also experiences some teenage highs; late night parties, sleepovers and holding down a boyfriend; or two!. You’re routing for her amidst her many boy mistakes and life trials.
Imani’s diary is a quirky, funny, and heartfelt snapshot of trials and tribulations, captured with brutal honesty. Join her on a personal rollercoaster from uninhibited teen years of fun and frolics to a place of discovery and focus. These gripping diary entries will leave you craving for more.
Take a nostalgic read and lose yourself in the naughty 90s with Imani and the Crew!
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