Speakers

We’re looking forward to welcoming a diverse range of guest speakers to the next BelongCon event on Thursday 19th October, all sharing their inspiring stories of finding belonging, self-acceptance, purpose, and happiness in the world.

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Lu’Ami

Lu'Ami

Lu’Ami is a performer, songwriter, vocal coach, and co-creator of an urban well-being workshop launching this November in Brighton. At BelongCon, Lu’Ami will speak about the power of taking control, and the freedom that comes from finding a sense of belonging within our own bodies and lives. Lu’Ami’s public speaking debut was at Inspiring Talks Brighton in May 2017 with her talk on ‘Living Without Limits’. She is passionate about continuing to spread the message of self love, and intent on helping people feel less alone.


Rik Turner & Henrietta Jadin

Rik Turner & Henrietta Jadin

At BelongCon, Rik & Henrietta will share their ongoing journey to help people slow down and create more happiness: at work, at home, and in Portugal! Rik was previously Fun & Wellbeing Minister at local digital agency Propellernet, and has since developed HAPS SuperFruits powder: a natural way to boost serotonin levels and support mental well-being. Henrietta is creating Europe’s first slo-working place, where free range entrepreneurs and creatives gather to live, work and play at their own pace.


Frances Duncan

Frances DuncanFrances Duncan has focused much of her career and life to furthering inclusion and supporting vulnerable people and communities. She is currently CEO of The Clock Tower Sanctuary (CTS), the only day centre in Brighton & Hove that provides a central, safe space for young people who are homeless or insecurely housed.  At BelongCon, Frances will talk about youth homelessness and the work of CTS and explore some ideas about how each and every one of us can make a practical and life-changing difference to young people without a home so that they don’t become part of the long term homeless population.