The Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Apprenticeship Alliance (BAMEAA) is an organisation that brings together leaders within business and the apprenticeship sector to focus on promoting apprenticeship and skills among the black, Asian & Minority communities through policy, advocacy and conversation. By lobbying and working with organisations on diversity, the BAMEAA can build a platform to bring real action and change in the UK.
Isa serves as Executive Director.
Group Project Manager with Pathway Group to lead on several projects in the education and business of Pathway Group. Most notable project is The Asian Apprenticeship Awards.
Aim of the awards is to celebrate talent and diversity within the Asian community in apprenticeships and raise the profile of apprenticeships among Asian communities nationally. Responsible for overseeing operations, liaising with stakeholders and managing ambassadors, judges, partners. http://www.asianapprenticeshipawards.co.uk
Chief Executive of CorpTools UK. An award winning education and training company focusing on skills and education development strategy, education based training and CSR. Based in the UK with reach to Pakistan and UAE. CorpTools is also the owner of Leap Future – an employability resource bank for teachers. CT was acquired in 2016.
Campaigning with the United Nations on the Global Goals Campaign focusing on Goal 4: Quality Education Globally. globalgoals.org
Work with Sport 4 Life UK as an education coordinator empowering and reforming young people from disadvantaged backgrounds with education beyond school. From Jan 2016, working to reduce NEETs numbers in the area. www.sport4life.org.uk
UK lead promoter of Cyber Dust in schools. Cyber Dust was founded by Mark Cuban, billionaire businessman and star investor on the US hit show Shark Tank. Cyber Dust is a private messaging app which deletes messages upon exiting. Cyber Dust is promoted in schools for the protection of young people and the information they share amongst each other. Isa’s ID: +itsisabrum
Co-chaired the Department of Education UK A-Level and GCSE reform consultancy (July 2015). The report can be found here.
Some of the schools I’ve worked with. (2013-2015)