HRH Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall showed their appreciation to Westminster Business School graduate Miranda Brawn for her tireless work in supporting race diversity, when they paid a royal visit to the Black Cultural Archives (BCA) in Brixton.

The royals visited BCA to recognise its historic work with strong links to The Miranda Brawn Diversity Leadership Foundation and The Prince’s Trust. HRH Prince Charles also hailed the remarkable contribution of African and Caribbean people in the UK.

Miranda spoke to HRH Prince of Wales about her extensive work in closing the diversity gap. The Westminster Business School MBA graduate was personally praised by the Prince for the work of The Miranda Brawn Diversity Leadership Foundation which has supported and helped the BCA and The Prince’s Trust with funding and mentoring in order to support race diversity.

Miranda Brawn and Camilla

Miranda was Vice Chair of the Black Cultural Archives from 2014 until 31 December 2016 and she is now their Patron.

The Miranda Brawn Diversity Leadership Foundation also provides scholarships, an annual lecture, and a mentoring and coaching programme to further the cause.

Find out more about The Miranda Brawn Diversity Leadership Foundation.

Learn more about the Westminster Business School’s MBA programme.

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