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Tessy Ojo, CBE – Leading Diana’s Legacy of Love

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Tessy Ojo, CBE is the Chief Executive of The Diana Award – the only charity that bears the name of Diana, Princess of Wales. She joins The Humourology Podcast to discuss the power of gratitude, hope, and humour. Ojo shares stories of hope to talk about how a sense of humour can get you through the hardest of times. Whether running a business or a charity, Tessy knows that when you lead with lightness, everyone wins.

Paul Boross is joined by Chief Executive of The Diana Award, Tessy Ojo CBE. Ojo shares her experience as a leader in charity work to discuss the power of humour in inspiring hope. When working with young people, Ojo knows to work with humour and compassion.

“We want to create solutions, we want to create a better future, we want tomorrow to be better for young people. So, our work is hopeful, our work is about bringing joy and hope to the lives of young people.”

Much like the Princess of Wales herself, Ojo places the nation’s youth at the forefront of sustainable community change. Join us this week to hear how a sense of humour can help bring hope to humanity in the hardest hour only on The Humourology Podcast

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