About us

We help young people develop the practical life skills we all wished we learned when we were younger, such as confidence building, overcoming the fear of failure, maximising your opportunities, and public speaking.

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The Team

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Carl Konadu

Chief Executive Officer

Carl Konadu

Chief Executive Officer

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Azzees Minott

Chief Operating Officer

Azzees Minott

Chief Operating Officer

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Tamanna Islam

Business Development and Operations Manager

Tamanna Islam

Business Development and Operations Manager

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Hannah Chapman

Programme Manager

Hannah Chapman

Programme Manager

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Oyin Olaoshun

Programme Manager

Oyin Olaoshun

Programme Manager

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Rory O'Rourke

Admin Assistant

Rory O'Rourke

Admin Assistant

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Christine Najair

Creative Media Assistant

Christine Najair

Creative Media Assistant

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Why are you called 2-3 Degrees?

[two-to-three degrees] Now you know what we do, what do you think it means? … think about it for a sec before you scroll down.

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Business Advisors

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Richard Williams

Richard is a trustee of RAFT (Restoration of Appearance & Function Trust) and an ambassador for The Conservation Volunteers (TCV). He is a non-executive director of Trustees Unlimited LLP, NCVO Trading Ltd and all NCVO collaborative ventures, he is also a NED of the Public Service Transformation Academy. Richard is the founder and patron of the Business Launchpad (WYEC)

Richard Williams

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Julia Thanh

Programme Manager at LSE and Trustee at the Vietnamese Family Partnership

Julia Thanh

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James Cathcart

Youth Policy Advisor, Consultant, Fundraiser and Mentor. Former Chief Executive of the British Youth Council and UK Youth Parliament, and Head of Dept at Prince’s Trust. Trustee of the Citizenship Foundation and Ambassador of the British Citizens Awards.

James Cathcart

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Jo Ellen Grzyb

Founding Partner of Impact Factory

Jo Ellen Grzyb

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Why are you called 2-3 Degrees?

If you imagine 2 or 3 degrees as an angle, it’s really small and we believe everything that you need for your development is within reach. So just like the angle, small consistent development is over time is key to success. The next book that you read, person that you meet, or change you need to make is within YOUR reach.

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