Priscellia 'Pyhia' Robinson
PRESIDENT & DIRECTOR
Priscellia 'Pyhia' Robinson is the President and Director of Birthmark of Africa. She is the head researcher in the disciplines of Law, Criminology and Sociology. Her specialist areas of research is Human Rights, Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG), Climate Change, Environmental Law, Race Disparities, Reparative Justice, Social Justice, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, the Windrush Generation, the Ongoing Legacy of the Transatlantic Slave Trade and the effects of Colonialism within contemporary times. Priscellia 'Pyhia' Robinson is a qualified Barrister of England and Wales and she can also be instructed upon amicus curiae briefs at International Courts and Tribunals. She is one of twelve selected Equality, Diversity and Inclusion panel trainers upon the Bar Race Working Group of the Bar Council of England and Wales. She has been bestowed with the awarded title and position as United Nations Fellow by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights under the International Decade for People of African Descent Fellowship programme. Priscellia 'Pyhia' Robinson is also undertaking her Ph.D. at the University of West London upon the ongoing legacy of the transatlantic slave trade, the Windrush generation and reparative justice.
2nd VICE-PRESIDENT & Hon. CHAIRMAN
1st VICE-PRESIDENT & HEAD OF CLIMATE CHANGE
Amock Alikuleti is 1st Vice President and Head of Climate Change at Birthmark of Africa. He is a human rights and Nature rights defender trained in interdisciplinarity (MA in Governance: political science, public administration, international relations), with a vivid interest in political ecology and a passion for advancing equity and the betterment of the ecological and individuated human condition. He has extensive, multilateral experience in the fields of sustainability and climate change, universal human rights, global public health and well-being, food sovereignty and security, rural and community development, and humanitarian action: experience that has included working with groups in situations of vulnerability and representing civil society to the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) and UN human rights Treaty Bodies; with the World Health Organization (WHO); as United Nations Senior Fellow at the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR); and with UN Environment (UNEP), UN Development (UNDP), and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO); and as a Red Cross Red Crescent volunteer. He is dedicated to engaging and empowering communities and individuals to shape transformative change.
HEAD OF FUNDING
Anthony Brown is 2nd Vice President & Honorary Chairman at Birthmark of Africa. Anthony Brown researches in the disciplines of Law, Criminology and History. His specialist areas of research is Human Rights, Race Disparities, Social Justice, Education, Sustainable Socio-economic Development, the Windrush Generation, the Ongoing Legacy of the Transatlantic Slave Trade and the effects of Colonialism within contemporary times. Anthony Brown is the co-founder of Windrush Pioneers, Windrush Defenders Legal C.I.C. (WD Legal), Chairman of Preston Windrush Generation and Descendants UK. He is also a member of the Home Office's Windrush Stakeholder Advisory Group and a member of Windrush National Organisation.
Ebony Bennett is the Head of Funding. She is responsible for raising and managing funds from a diversified mix of private and public sources including mass engagement, grant making private foundations, sponsorships, donations and bilateral /multilateral donors to Birthmark of Africa. She works in conjunction with the Honorary Treasurer of Birthmark of Africa. Ebony Bennett has extensive experience as an International Funding Coordinator and Fiscal Manager with a degree in Business Administration.
HEAD OF PROJECTS & PUBLICATIONS
Lee Halliday-Davis is Head of Projects and Publications at Birthmark of Africa. She is the head researcher in the disciplines of Clinical Nutrition and Nutrition Physiology. Her specialist areas of research are nutritional sciences, nutritional biology, chemical and physiological activities, ecology and climate change. Lee Halliday-Davis has extensive experience in Clinical Nutrition as a qualified Nutritionist with a large international client following. Lee Halliday-Davis is an experienced Climate Change researcher and is also a qualified Barrister of England, Wales and the Caymans Islands.
Hon. SECRETARY & HEAD OF ARTICLES
Nyah Hinds is the Honorary Secretary of Birthmark of Africa. She supports the Honorary Chairman in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Management Committee and handles all general administration and organisations of Birthmark of Africa. Nyah Hinds is further an assistant researcher within the discipline of Law. Her specialist areas of research are Human Rights and Social Justice. Nyah Hinds is an aspiring Barrister with a 2:1 degree from Aston University and completing the Bar Course at the University of Law.
HEAD OF MARKETING & EVENTS
George Brown is Head of Marketing & Events. His specialist areas are social impact media, content creation, design, and technology. He currently produces international social impact campaigns platforming young change makers from around the world bringing digestible information and call-to-actions to millennial and Gen-Z audiences. George Brown utilises a wide creative skillset to serve global media, start-ups and grassroots organisations alike, as well as working with renowned music and entertainment talent. George Brown holds a degree in Design from Goldsmiths, University of London is also an experienced researcher upon racial injustices.
Hon. TREASURER & HEAD OF OUT-REACH
Pauline Houslin is the Honorary Treasurer of Birthmark of Africa. She provides advice, guidance and administration upon the management, compliance and governance of Birthmark of Africa financial affairs. Pauline Houslin is further an assistant researcher within the discipline of Human and Social Sciences. Her specialist areas of research are Gangs and Knife Crime Prevention, Social Justice, COVID-19 Racial and Ethnic Health disparities and Diversity and Inclusion. Pauline Houslin also works for the NHS and has extensive experience within the field of Accounting and Health and Social Care.
HEAD OF DEVELOPMENT & SUSTAINABILITY
Diana Muriithi is the Head of Development & Sustainability at Birthmark of Africa. Diana Muriithi advises Birthmark of Africa on organisational growth, financial sustainability, strategy development and implementation. She has extensive experience in national and international commercial relations, alongside a Business Law educational background. She manages, consults and delivers on contracts, programmes and projects across Information Technology, Energy and Educational services. Diana Muriithi is passionate about the empowerment of women.
HEAD OF EDUCATION & NEURODIVERSITY
Kate Holgate is the Head of Education and Neurodiversity at Birthmark of Africa. Kate Holgate researches in the disciplines of Education and Social Sciences. Her specialist areas of research is Human Rights, Education, Race Disparities, Employment, Neurodiversity and performance practice in Education and the workplace. She has extensive experience in the private and public sectors in the field of Human Resource Management, specialising in Business Development, Strategic Planning, Diversity and Inclusion and Reasonable Adjustment. She coaches and consults with organisations Leads in making Education Institutions and the workplace inclusive. She is passionate about empowering Black Neurodivergent Women and holds a first class degree in Human Resources.
Malichi Robinson is an Assistant Researcher at Birthmark of Africa. Malichi Robinson researches in the disciplines of Engineering and Social Sciences. His specialist areas are Environmental Engineering, Climate Change, Sustainability, Environmental Justice, Human Rights, Social Justice and Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG). He is currently researching the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and its framework for improving the lives of populations around the world and mitigating the hazardous man-made effects of climate change. Malichi Robinson is an aspiring Environmental Engineer with a First Class degree in Environmental Engineering (BEng hons) from University of Nottingham.