What a phenomenal experience to have shared my near-fatal Stevens-Johnson Syndrome (SJS) story of race-driven medical negligence on LIVE TV on Channel 4’s show, ‘Steph’s Packed Lunch’. It was even better that I got to tag team with the beautiful Dr Sharon (IG: @derm_chic) who has created an entire medical curriculum centered around this important … Continue reading CHANNEL 4 (LIVE) INTERVIEW – WHY IS IT HARDER TO DIAGNOSE DISORDERS ON NON-WHITE SKIN?
Why is it harder to diagnose disorders on non-white skin? - BBC News Watch the full VT for the BBC's discussion on the challenges with diagnosing disorders on non-white skin by clicking the button below. There is also a short clip of the interview when it aired on 02/06/2021 during BBC London's 10am news. CLICK … Continue reading BBC Interview – Why is it harder to diagnose disorders on non-white skin?
It was so wonderful to sit down with my sister Queen Mo and literally review defining moments of my life so far. I felt like I was on that show “This is your life” 😝 In my 27 years I have been through so much, achieved remarkable things, and grown into the beautiful woman of … Continue reading “This Is Your Life” – Interview with MoChunks and a Post-interview reflection piece
For her inspirational approach to teaching and early career success, Kanayo has been named a Young Achiever of the Year in the Vice-Chancellor’s Alumni Awards 2016.
I was blessed to have the incredible organisation based in Nigeria, Women of Rubies interview me earlier this year. It is encouraging to see a rise in the number of organisations set to empower women, especially back home! In the interview, I gave a little insight into who I am. I also shared how my … Continue reading Women of Rubies | My Interview @WomenOfRubies