Reni Eddo-Lodge is a prominent, award-winning journalist, author, podcaster and social commentator. Her work focuses primarily on feminism, social justice and exposing structural racism. Her book ‘Why I’m No Longer Talking To White People About Race’ was published in 2017 and has been met with international critical acclaim, shortlisted many times globally and named as a New York Times Bestseller. The impact of her social and political commentary is far-reaching, with the book being a keystone to understanding structural racism in the UK and her speaker commitments being highly sought after. Reni’s work has played a crucial role in opening up understanding and inviting further discourse of Britain’s unspoken problems and the need for intersectional discussions on diversity and inclusion. It has shed light on the past and is inspiring movement we all can do in the present.