Originally from Kenya, Geraldine Achieng has worked with the Merseyside Youth Association, the Women’s Health Information & Support Centre (WHISC) and the Basement Advisory Centre to highlight lack of employment opportunities for students and promote positive mental wellbeing, particularly in men from minority communities. 

Geraldine co-founded events company DATWAYSEASONS at the heart of Liverpool to promote the Northwest region between 2017 to 2020, inspiring the creation of Black Empowerment digital platform: The Noire Review. She currently works as a PR Executive and as part of Liverpool City Council’s Race and Equality taskforce, campaigning to prioritise health, housing and employment issues that affect boroughs in Liverpool.

2019 Annual Report

Find out all of the latest facts and figures showcasing Baltic Creative CIC's economic output 2019.