002: Kirly-Sue on how her faith helps her to be kinder and more resilient

In this episode of Conversations with Vegan Women Leaders podcast, we interview Kirly-Sue (aka Susanne Kirlew), an award-winning published author, vegan social media influencer & TV presenter based in London, UK.

Kirly-Sue vegan chef in the kitchenShe stars in her own vegan cooking show Kirly-Sue’s Global Kitchen on Amazon Prime which is currently available in the UK and the US. The three-part series was filmed in the UK and on location in Montego Bay, Jamaica.

Kirly-Sue has a new plant-based cookbook out called ‘Cooking with Kids’ and she’s a popular keynote speaker and regular media commentator.

Her professional background is in internal communications and PR, with more than 15 years’ experience working with corporate companies, public sector organisations and PR agencies, including Network Rail and BBC Radio London.

In this conversation, Kirly-Sue talks about:

• How she handled racist bullying as a child growing up in the UK

• Her experiences of being marginalized and discriminated against in the corporate sector and how it’s made her more resilient and compassionate

• How her faith helps her to be kinder to people, while still being assertive

• Having to work twice as hard to be given a platform or invited to speak at events, even in the vegan community, as a woman of color

• How she got her vegan cooking show on Amazon Prime

• And more

Visit Kirly-Sue’s website
Check out Kirly-Sue’s Global Kitchen on Amazon Prime (available in the UK and US)


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