Robyn Kasozi

Robyn Kasozi

StrategistLondon, United Kingdom
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Robyn Kasozi

Robyn Kasozi

StrategistLondon, United Kingdom
About me
Freelance consultant specialising in public engagement and audience development, creative strategy, including social media and digital strategy, with an academic background in race, identity and structural inequality. Current Head of Public Engagement at the Migration Museum with previous experience working on projects with private and public sector clients including Southbank Centre, National Autistic Society,, Oxfam, The National Archives and many others. I work with one black-led client (generally start-up) pro bono each quarter, get in touch for more info (booked until Sept 2021)
Projects credited in
    POVERTY IS SEXISTWe wanted to show audiences around the world that Poverty Is Sexist. So, we created a piece that threads together women from every age, background and nationality being held back and disadvantaged with a simple: “No.” This single word translates across borders, nodding to moments of insidious everyday sexism - like gender roles and sexism in the workplace - through to the issues faced by those who are most disenfranchised - like education, health care and connectivity. Ultimately, we united
Work history
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    Migration Museum logo
    Head of Public EngagementMigration Museum
    London, United KingdomFull Time
    Press & Comms Digital LeadNelson Mandela Centenary Committee
     - London, United KingdomFreelance
    Nelson Mandela Centenary Exhibition at London's Southbank Centre
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  • Public Engagement
  • Social Content Strategy
  • Campaign Strategy
  • Audience Development
  • Audience Engagement
  • Diversity
  • Social Inclusion
  • Cultural Anthropology
  • Ethnography Research
  • Social Media
    MA in Violence, Conflict and DevelopmentSOAS
    London, United Kingdom
    Specialism in structural and social violence, race and identity and ethnography in the black British community. Research interests include: - how do black British professionals modify their expression in the workplace (extended ethnographic study) - the relationship between social marginalisation and mental ill health among black British population - youth violence and social marginalisation