Voicing Voices works closely with local and global institutions to instil cultural change and create diverse and inclusive safe spaces.
We have facilitated numerous human-centred projects and worked with organisations to co-design sustainable solutions for their diversity challenges.
We offer a variety of tailored strategies and bespoke solutions for organisations new to DEI and those with D&I policies already in place.
We open the dialogue to have the challenging conversations that require our most human self. In doing so, our clients do more than acknowledge discrimination, they take deep-rooted action to build a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive culture.
We believe all women can embrace who they are,
can define their future, and can change the world.
Expanding diversity and inclusion globally to create a more equitable future for marginalised communities. To offer solutions to corporate and social challenges that eliminate barriers for women and girls.
In a world that has fast become globalised, we must educate and raise awareness of the various intersectional factors that impact communities and provide access to education.
For us to truly create change and close the gender gap, we need to have a growth mindset that encourages complete transformation both on an individual level as well as on a broader scale.
Investing in women and youth means investing in their rights. At Voicing Voices, we are committed to voicing these rights and ensuring that our communities have safe spaces to flourish.
Meet the Founder
Ayan Said BSc (Hons), PGCE, MA
Ayan Said is a women’s rights activist, an education advocate and a business development consultant passionate about voicing the voices of those who don't have the means or tools to do so independently.
She is a professionally trained and qualified international educator and holds a master’s degree in Gender, Education and International Development.
Ayan has run youth and gender equality initiatives locally and globally, including England, East Africa, Middle East, South-East Asia, and various countries in Europe.
Now immersed in consultancy initiatives that are focused on intersectionality and human development, Ayan brings her teaching and training experience to the development programs and social ventures she is involved in.
Ayan founded Voicing Voices after seeing the lack of representation for marginalised communities in decision making spaces and now seeks to partner with other organisations and institutions that are keen on social change and human-centred design.