Olivia Dixon – Liv has worked in administration at a primary school and with the private sector. Having found that her talents shine through engagement projects, she has worked and volunteered for projects such as Getaway Girls, a youth-run project exploring women’s mental health in Black communities; summer carnival workshops also explored the history behind carnival; Heritage Corner provides an even wider history and Heritage Crew allows the creativity to match the content – all of which she has thoroughly enjoyed and looks forward to participating in more.

Liv has a passion for access issues and currently studying for a diploma in sign language and aims to pass all 6 levels to become a fully qualified British Sign Language interpreter and teacher, with a focus on interpreting for the arts.

Liv is always looking for new ways to help people learn in a way that isn't typically offered in mainstream education systems. She enjoys painting and crocheting and surrounds herself with artists, DJs, and stylists within her community.

What people are saying...

  • Really worthwhile and full of information. Love the use of performance to portray characters and bring history to life.
  • A brilliant walk which shares (African) history in a well-researched, knowledgeable way. We need more of this input in our schools.
  • This is the second time I've attended the walk and feel there is so much more to learn. Joe’s knowledge, creativity and enthusiasm mean I could easily stay for the whole day.
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