7PK is a consulting firm that helps organisations to strengthen their youth and community engagement, social mobility and diversity and inclusion practices. We directly contribute to improvements in the human experience, quality of upskill, and impact of their initiatives – all without a reliance on increased capacity.
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Managing Director 7PK/Revolution Hive
Reyah is the Operations co-ordinator and Social Media Manager for 7PK. She was appointed this role in 2022 and has since gone on to manage and help facilitate many projects and sessions to bring social and equitable change for people in local authority, education and corporate spaces, whilst documenting this process. Reyah is also a social entrepreneur motivated by creating opportunities for young women of colour and helping them to break down mental, physical, and financial limitations to reach a sustainable change in their personal and professional lives.
Louis Howell co-runs Revolution Hive, a social enterprise equipping young people for life through personal development and social responsibility programmes. His other enterprise, 7PK, helps organisations improve their approaches to Youth and Community Development, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and Social Mobility. He is also the chair of TRIUMPH and a Trustee for two charities and a proud member of the 100 Black Men of London. .
Natalie is a skilled consultant with expertise in social mobility and youth engagement. She has a proven track record of helping organizations to develop effective strategies and initiatives that make a real difference.
Participants and beneficiaries experiencing increases in Understanding of Self, Core Confidence, Depth of Vision and Awareness of Personal and Professional Value
Introduction and improvement of accessible entry points and clearly defined benefits being offered, for initiatives targeted at disadvantaged people.
Developing practical support and challenging the status quo so that disadvantaged people can sustain success when they access an opportunity that should lead to them experiencing positive social mobility
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ORGANISATIONS WE HAVE WORKED WITH
Professional Pathways and Experience Programmes
Fellowship and Youth Consultancy and Community Connect Programmes
Strategy and Framework development
Leadership accelaration and staff retention
Director of Programmes
Think Forward UK
“ThinkForward’s partnership with 7PK has been transformative since its inception back in 2020. 7PK has brought innovation, intentionality, and expertise to our business mentoring programme, fostering connections and networks for our young black men, employers, and black professionals. 7PK's commitment to addressing racial inequality was evident in their creative programme design. Demonstrating high-quality workshop facilitation, a knowledgeable and deep understanding of identity and culture, and the opportunity to tap into their portfolio of black professional networks, our mentoring programme offered a unique experience that fostered aspiration and unlocked potential. Through our partnership with 7PK, we created opportunities for co-production, learning, and psychological safety, leading to meaningful outcomes for the young people on our Future Leaders programme. Louis Howell and his team's leadership was instrumental, providing positive experiences that cultivated a community to come together and share lived experiences and aspirations, nurturing the decision-making of the next generation..”
WHAT HAVE OUR CLIENTS SAID
WHY WORK WITH US?
7PK, operating across multiple sectors, is driven by the intention of minimising (and one day removing) the time that individual people from disadvantaged backgrounds remain in a position of disadvantage. At a granular level, the programmes we design and deliver, the training we provide and the infrastructure we develop with Charities, Social Enterprises, Public Sector Bodies and Commercial Companies will all ensure that disadvantaged people are truly empowered to change their situation(s). As explained, it is not only for disadvantaged people to take responsibility for their progression and social mobility, the systems and structures that create barriers in the first place need to be dismantled and redesigned.