Justice is brutally honest about the ups and downs of entrepreneurship, but very entertaining too!
Her latest project is the City & Style online magazine and she is interested in engaging with students looking for work placements or freelance opportunities. Contact her on twitter @cityandstyle or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Now balancing motherhood and her new projects, she ‘s got her work cut out but took time out to inspire BCU enterprise students.After getting in with the ‘wrong crowd’ Justice failed to go to University, something she very much regrets, but she has made up for it since. Justice has combined her passion for media, creativity and enterprise with a concern for her community and young people.
In 2009 she received an MBE from the Queen for her work helping disadvantaged young people in Birmingham. She has subsequently been nominated and won various awards including Cosmopolitan Women of the year 2009.
She talked about ‘life as a learning facility’, encouraging students to just ‘have a go’.
Justice makes good use of all her contacts. Students asked her how she develops her contacts and she did admit to being hooked to twitter. So if you want to work with Justice, you know where you can find her! @JusticeMBE.
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