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Apr 27

Inaugural ACS Alumni Leaders Forum

April 27, 2018 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm

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Friday 27th April brings past and present African Caribbean Society (ACS) leaders and members together in City Hall, home of the Mayor of London, for what will be a historic event.

A-CAN was created to bring together 10,000’s of black professionals that were previously members of an African Caribbean Society (ACS) at a UK university. Through various activities, including running the largest debate tour in the UK, we have built up the largest community of African and Caribbean professionals.

The African-Caribbean Alumni Network (A-CAN) is hosting the inaugural ACS Leaders Forum at City Hall. For the first time in history, former African Caribbean Society (ACS) Presidents, committee and society members will come together to kickstart a programme of events this year. The Leaders Forum will be an opportunity to meet other senior professionals and to hear more about how the network will run.

A-CAN will include the following:

  • Showcasing over 20,000 former ACS society members; many who are now leaders within their respective fields.
  • University ACS’ sitting under one official umbrella body representing the voice of black students and professionals from over 100 Higher Education institutions.
  • Incorporating cultural networks by providing a direct link to mentors and role models, with investment bank Morgan Stanley being the first to join. 

Four black Members of Parliament are the Founding Patrons for A-CAN. Patrons include Rt Hon Diane Abbott MP and Helen Grant MP, the first black women to be elected for Labour and the Conservatives respectively.


April 27, 2018
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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London, SE1 2AA
London, SE1 2AA GB
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