ABOUT SYDNEY

Committed to Social Mobility

Sydney is the Founder and Managing Director of Loop Not Luck. Loop Not Luck is a Diverse Talent Acquisition Platform providing candidates with a personalised stream of data-driven career opportunities and organisations with exposure and access to underrepresented talent.

Sydney has mentored and coached students for over 5 years alongside being an advocate for increased social mobility and equitable access to career opportunities. Her passion for careers education is channelled through her role on the board of the Career and Enterprise Company's Youth Advisory Group, School Governor and direct work with students helping them to identify their strengths, understand the career paths available to them and supporting them in achieving their ambitions.

Having been entrepreneurial from a young age, Sydney enjoys juggling multiple initiatives and doing her part to address the challenging and systemic societal problems. She is driven by the desire to improve social mobility and increase access to opportunity. 

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ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Founder & Managing Director
Loop Not Luck

SOCIAL MOBILITY

School Governor
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Social Mobility Acitvist

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Features & Events

  • Podcast: She Can. She Did.
    Time is TBD
    Online
    https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/she-can-she-did/id1450757619?i=1000522131686 Fiona: "Driven by her own experience entering the jobs market, I sat down to chat with Sydney about the personal journey she's been on so far and how she's tackling a systemic problem one baby step at a time."
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  • Podcast: Corporate Misogynior
    Time is TBD
    Spotify
    #ProtectBlackWomen has become one of the most used hashtags of 2020. Whilst the discussion was ignited by recent incident by a recent incident between two well know black artists. The conversation as to how misogynior plays out in day to day society is still highly relevant.
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