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Claire Clottey is an international award winning broadcast journalist, creating written, audio and digital content inspired by her passion for culture and commitment to #inform #entertain and #inspire diverse audiences.


Charming. Confident. Caring. Claire brings meaning to many positive words that begin with 'C'. Well know in the community for her charitable work and ability to engage integenerational audiences in sensitive socio-political discussions, Claire has become a well sought after public speaker, leading #TheConversation at a range of reputable events.


Bridging the gap between the African and Caribbean diaspora, Claire is a vibrant leader, a community champion communicating the social, emotional and cultural needs of children, young people and the community. Her warmth, energy and empathy are undoubtedly the reason she is such a hit with anyone who crosses her path.


Representing a largely underrepresented population of educated, socially active and articulate urban professionals in the western world, Claire Clottey’s voice is being heard, her face is being seen and her name is certainly being remembered, for the right reasons.





Claire Clottey is a multi-dimensional presenter with an excellent reputation for her personable manner, engaging humour, eloquent diction, refreshing honesty and confidence.


For 3 years, she was the distinctive voice on #TheConversation a news and current affairs show on The Beat 103.6FM. Her journalist credits include writing for Britains only national Black weekly newspaper, and ghostwriting for a range of clients.


Presenter and producer of #SoHeSays produced by multi-award winning web series producers Brothers With No Game. Host for outstanding events such as Natural Hair Week UK (2015 & 2016), GUBA Awards 2015 (red carpet host) and the BUFF-British Urban Film Festival, Claire was is also a sought after keynote speaker sharing her talent nationally at events like HMRC Race Conference 2017.


Claire is the resident host of Centre of Pan African Thought, following her expertise in moderating debates in schools, colleges and universities for various organisations including Elevation Networks 'The Great Debate Tour'.


In 2016 Claire produced 'Growing Up Without Dad' hosted by DJ Target for BBC Radio 1 and BBC 1Xtra. The documentray was awarded with a New York Festival Silver Award and nominated for a PRIX EUROPA radio award. She has also contributed to BBC Radio 5's #UpAllNight with Dotun Adebayo.


Claire was awarded Screen Nations Digital Is Media 'Favourite Online Presenter' in 2015.


A qualified youth and community development worker with over 12 years experience managing projects that support young people and their families. Claire's specialises in working with vulnerable young people, with a track record of successfully supporting children and young at risk of social exclusion through mentoring, workshop facilitation and by providing training and development support to professionals working with young people .


Claire has worked as a Consultant for many charitable organisations to develop and implement strategic and operational business plans and services. Currently working as a Sector Development Manager for the Young Brent Foundation, she is mapping services, implementing the 'theory of change', advocating the needs of the youth voluntary sector, sourcing funding opportunities for grassroots voluntary youth organisations whilst influencing policy development.


Some of her recent partnerships have included Freshstart in Education, Brent Council, Wembley FA, NCS-The Challenge Network and The Beat 103.6FM.

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