Professor Tracey Reynolds is one of the ‘Phenomenal Women’ honoured in pioneer exhibition

The month of March celebrates women, firstly marking Women’s International Day then followed by Mother’s Day and this year The Phenomenal Women exhibition raises the bar by highlighting the role of Black Women in Education.

Perceived as the first photographic exhibition honouring Britain’s black female professors, The Phenomenal Women exhibition features a collection of portraits captured by the prestigious photographer Bill Knight, OBE and curated by Dr Nicola Rollock, reader in equity and education at Goldsmiths, University of London. The black and white images of 40 professors in Academia range from different subject area; law, medicine, creative writing and sociology.

University of Greenwich’s Research Professor Tracey Reynolds is among the group of black women honourees who are setting the path and an example of excellence in Education. The news featured on the BBC website.

Portraits of UK black female professors – in pictures
Professor Tracey Reynolds

The show is free to attend and will be at London’s City Hall from 18 March until the end of the month.

Congratulations to Professor Tracey Reynolds for the recognition of Excellence and getting the Spotlight!

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