Aman Ahluwalia-Hinrichs


Aman is a writer and activist with 16 years of experience in social justice and user-led development work.

Most recently, her work focuses on growing professional expertise, research and practice related to using lived experience of marginalisation as a force for ethical leadership and progressive social change. She often leads practice-based and practitioner-focused research, which go on to inform her own work, and that of the organisations and people that she works with.

She also founded Birthing Ourselves, a platform that produces opportunities and spaces for growth and reflection for leaders focused on social justice from an intersectional perspective.

Aman is a disabled person who lives in Barnet, and believes strongly in the role that IB plays, both in the borough and nationally, and is passionate about bringing her skills to this cause.

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