Ms. Jo Thanki
Advisory Person at Livonta Global Pvt. Ltd.
Jo Thanki is an Inspirational leader who is renowned for her dedication and commitment to social & economic regeneration. An active networker and public speaker with extensive operational and strategic experience across all sectors, she works actively raising the profile of diversity, leadership and the importance of people reaching their potential in our global economy. An active networker and public speaker with extensive operational and strategic experience across all sectors, she works actively raising the profile of diversity, leadership and the importance of people reaching their potential in our global economy.
Jo has been the First Female President of the Hindu Council of Birmingham. She spent her time whilst in office promoting and motivating the Hindu Community in becoming part of the British Civic Life. She inspired hundreds of people to join charitable causes and join the field of politics, education and social services. Voluntarily traveling to India to contribute and assist underprivileged women in training and uplifting them economically.
Jo has also been the Vice President of the Hindu Forum of Britain a national organization with membership across the UK.
Jo has also served two terms as the Chair of the Hindu Women’s Network in Birmingham. Working with local women to ensure that their rightful place in the social and political arena. She has delivered several conferences around health and social care.
She has regularly called for attention to be drawn on women who face sexual harassment on public transport and for victims of Domestic Violence in the Asian Communities. She continues to focus on public sector accountability, community relations and increased support for victims and witnesses of domestic violence crimes.
Jo has been a lead on Recruitment of Refugee Health Professionals within the NHS She has researched extensively on Barriers to Recruitment and Retention of Minority Ethnic Communities within the NHS gaining an MSc in Health Care and Policy from the University of Birmingham.
During her time in the NHS, she has been instrumental in fighting for the rights of asylum seekers and refugees with the Department of Health.
For over 20 years Jo has devoted her life to spreading the message of community cohesion within the British Asian Community. She has dedicated the prime of her fife to the upliftment of those that are not as privileged.
Jo has profoundly changed the status of Hindu Council leadership whilst in office. By assisting the organization in raising the profile of the organization by introducing key political leaders to the local communities. Encouraging the West Midlands communities to represent themselves and to take part in activities, in particular, to uplift the youth and women throughout the UK.
Jo as an individual has benefitted various organizations to make connections and highlight the immensely important work around protecting the youth from radicalization. Her work has been paramount in achieving community dreams and vision.
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