Kei Cb

Kei Cb

CEO and Co-Founder of AZ MagazineLondon, United Kingdom
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Kei Cb

Kei Cb

CEO and Co-Founder of AZ MagazineLondon, United Kingdom
About me
Kei is the CEO and Co-Founder of AZ Magazine, which was created to provide a voice, safe space and platform for LGBTQ+ Black people and people of colour. Producing several events and visual content from AZ Hub to I AM HERE, Kei has been able to create a space for unfiltered voices within the community collaborating with like-minded brands such as UK Black Pride, Taimi and DJ Mag. Alongside this Kei has a background in engineering with experience in the tech industry.
Projects
  • AZ Hub #3- Monthly Social Space for QTIPOC by QTIPOC
    AZ Hub #3- Monthly Social Space for QTIPOC by QTIPOCPhotography by: @lyraphotolab
  • AZ MAG X LYRIC: Evolution Live Night
    AZ MAG X LYRIC: Evolution Live NightCelebrating the talents of young BAME people in the UK with a focus on LGBT+ performers. Live performances from: - Dylema - Sharna Cane - Courtney Bennett - Jay Jay Revlon & Friends - Princess Latifah Dj Set from: DJ Carmen London
  • AZ Hub #2- Monthly Social Space for QTIPOC by QTIPOC
    AZ Hub #2- Monthly Social Space for QTIPOC by QTIPOC
Projects credited in
  • Pride Never Stops with Gal-Dem
    Pride Never Stops with Gal-DemA zoom-hosted discussion with Kei, CEO & Co-Founder of AZ Magazine, and Trans Youth Worker Sabah Choudrey, interviewed by myself and two peers. Created in partnership with Converse London and Schuh. Video edited by Daisy Ifama.
  • Championing Diversity: This Black History Month 2018, meet 100 creatives inspiring change
    Championing Diversity: This Black History Month 2018, meet 100 creatives inspiring changeThis Black History Month 2018, we’ve brought together a group of outstanding industry heroes to each nominate 10 black changemakers and creators that are shaping culture, arts, design, business, tech and beyond. We still have a way to go when it comes to conquering the lack of diversity in the creative industry - which is why it so important for us, as a platform, to use our force for good. To do so, throughout the year we spotlight incredible people, the projects that they are involved with
  • 9 queer black womxn on the advice they'd give their teenage selves - Cosmopolitan
    9 queer black womxn on the advice they'd give their teenage selves - CosmopolitanThese are the voices I wish I heard growing up. by TANYA COMPAS, JUN 28, 2018 | Article originally posted on Cosmopolitan: https://www.cosmopolitan.com/uk/love-sex/relationships/a21966106/queer-black-women-advice/ As a mixed race, queer youth worker and head of youth engagement at UK Black Pride, I see on a daily basis the lack of understanding many young people have of the existence of queer black womxn (a political term and spelling of ‘women’ that's more intersectional, fluid, and inclusive
Skills
  • Product Engineering
  • Business Development
  • Leadership
  • Innovation