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Pupil, Shekyena Marcelle-Brown will be speaking at the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) Black History Month event on the 11th October 2022, where she will share her experiences in joining the Bar and progressing in her career.
Shekyena has years of professional discipline experience having worked with the NMC as a Case Manager and at the Health and Care Professions Council as a Case Manager and Advocate. Most recently she worked at the Financial Ombudsman Service and the Adjudicator’s Office (HM Revenue & Customs), where she developed experience in financial and tax matters.
Shekyena is a Pupil at Mountford Chambers, where she specialises in criminal law and professional discipline.
The event is run by the BMe Network within the NMC.
The BMe Network is the NMC’s staff network for Black & Minority Ethnic communities and friends.
Its aim is to raise awareness of the challenges faced by BMe staff and to provide a safe, confidential and supportive space for members to share their experiences, views and concerns.
Its purpose is to thrive in a workplace environment where we can all be our true selves, fulfil our potential and be valued and respected.
Date and time: 5pm-6pm, Tuesday 11 October 2022 on Teams.
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