Shonette Bason Wood thinks and acts differently. You'll notice that from the way she presents herself and you'll certainly feel it in her energy when you engage with her. She is a refreshing, reviving and realistic professional speaker both on and off the stage.
Shonette started her working life as a primary school teacher and moved into Educational Speaking and Consultancy Work. She has set up her own highly successful business in a very competitive market. Shonette has inspired many of tomorrow's leaders to make effective changes. Having now made the transition from the classroom to the boardroom she is currently busy bringing her incredible thought processes and business building experiences directly into the conference arena and the corporate world.
Children in workless household have a 59% chance of living in relative poverty
Children have a 53% risk of relative poverty in a family where at least one adult works part-time
Families with 3 or more children have a 31% chance of relative poverty
Teenage mothers are 22% more likely to be living in poverty than mothers giving birth aged 24 and over
Children with one or more disabled adults have a 30% chance of being in relative poverty
Children born to teenage mothers have a 63% higher risk of living in poverty
Saturday 13th April 2019
On April Saturday April 13th 2019 we will host our first charity ball at Wynyard Hall, it is poised to be a huge hit! The night is modelling after the hit show Peaky Blinders and we invite you to join us for an evening of 1920s flamboyance and excitement. The night will include a lovely three course meal, band, comedy, dancing and of course some surprises.