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DIGEST       Dear MERVELEE MYERS, Don’t forget to fill out your DIGEST trial survey, your data is very valuable to the clinical trial. Start survey If you have any questions, please let me know by replying to this email or calling us on 020 8609 4690. Thanks again for helping us discover new treatments! Cassy Keenan Research Nurse         Privacy Policy | About Us    
DIGEST       Dear MERVELEE MYERS, Your next survey is due! Please take a moment to fill out your trial survey here: Start survey Please find the equipment guide at this link which provides instructions on how to use the equipment and at what time points you need to take these measurements. You can refer back to this guide at any time during the trial. That’s it for today!  If you have any questions or require safety guidance, please let me know by replying to this email or calling us on 020 8609 4690. Thanks again for helping us discover new treatments!
Cassy Keenan
Research Nurse           Privacy Policy | About Us    

Greta. This can develop into something big. Keep going. 

On Sat, 6 May 2023 at 13:50, Mervelee Myers <ratty.nembhard1956@gmail.com> wrote:

I am running on EMPTY, but this is the fruits of my labours.

Catch up soon.

Mervelee Myers FD (Open)

Mental Health SEND Advocate Activist

Sent from Mail for Windows

From: Imanii Zenawi
Sent: 06 May 2023 10:31
To: Mervelee Myers
Subject: Copy of Newsletter

Greetings Merverlee,

Please see copy attached.

You’re thoughts are welcomed.


We have flexible working patterns in place, so whilst it suits me to email you now, I don’t expect a response or action outside of your own working hours.

Kindest regards,

Imanii Zenawi

Managing Director

The BLAC Awards (UK) CIC


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Hello and welcome to the first edition of the BLAC
Awards Newsletter.
We at the BLAC Awards are privileged to publish
our first Newsletter as an inspiration to anyone
who reads this. We want to encourage people
from all walks of life to contribute to creating the
legacies. As we have had the foundations laid by
the pioneers in their field, and more importantly
from our ancestors.
The BLAC Awards and that of our Partners, Sponsors,
and the local and international community,
gives priority in publishing a Newsletter so that everyone
has the chance to have their stories told.
In the words of Nelson Mandela, “The Purpose of
Freedom is to Create for Others”.
My multiple identities make it important for me to
accept my uniqueness, inherited from my ancestors
from whichever continents they were born,
and to count my blessings for being born in Jamaica
where it takes a village to raise a child. I
can forewarn the reader that this child’s “Personal
Experiences” of childhood traumas did not make
me the ideal child to be raised. I can say with pride
that my “Personal Challenges” from the time my father
was stricken with Parkinson’s disease helped
to shape my life into the person I am today. This is
the primary reason I am ready to find my purpose
as a member of the BLAC Awards team.
I am looking forward to learning new skills and
the empowerment to help others who might have
been on journeys throughout their lives. I can give
my testimony that Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
(PTSD), and my Mental and Physical Impairments
did not define me, however, I must use my voice
to help the voiceless who are made voiceless, vulnerable
victims by systematic discrimination.
Mervelee Myers FD
Mental Health & SEND Advocate & Activist
We are excited to introduce our new editor, Mervelee
Myers, who will be leading our brand new newsletter.
Mervelee comes with a wealth of experience in the field
of mental health, SEND, Arts & Culture, and soo much
more, and we are excited to see the fresh perspective
and ideas that she will bring. Our goal is to create a
newsletter that provides value to you, our readers, and
provide you with informative, thought-provoking content
that covers a range of topics relevant to our audience.
In the coming months, we will be featuring articles on a
list of topics, as well as interviews with industry experts,
relevant personalities, and helpful tips and tricks to help
readers achieve a specific goal.
We invite our readers to become contributors to our
monthly publication, so if you have any news or updates
you wish to share, please feel free to contact us.
We hope you enjoy our first issue, and we look forward
to hearing your feedback. Thank you for being a part of
our community, and we can’t wait to share more with you
in the coming months!
Imanii Zenawi,
CEO, The BLAC Awards

Our children are our future, and one of our most
basic responsibilities is to care for them in the
best and most compassionate manner possible.

  • Nelson Mandela
    Mervelee Myers & the Former Jamaican High
    Commissioner to the United Kingdom, Aloun


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