Guilaine Kinouani –

Guilaine is Race Reflections’ Head Disrupter!

Guilaine is the director and founder of Race Reflections. She a psychologist and clinician with over 15 years experience working with issues of equality and justice in the fields of community development, research, management, organisational consultancy, training and psychotherapy. As an educator Guilaine teaches critical psychology to undergraduates and widely shares a scholarship through various mediums. Guilaine writes all articles, designs training courses, e-learning solutions for Race Reflections ACADEMY and leads on organisational interventions. She also oversees community engagement and the overall strategic direction. To find out more about Guilaine click here.


Rahima Ahmed –

Rahima is Race Reflections’ Admin Maven!

Rahima Ahmed is an experienced Private Personal Assistant with over seven years’ worth of experience supporting a mixture of C-Suite’s, HNWI’s and Entrepreneurs amongst a variety of creative and professional industries. Rahima set up her very own Private and Virtual PA to provide bespoke administrative and project support to innovative small businesses launching into the wild. Rahima overviews all admin operations and will usually be your first point of contact with Race Reflections.



Khuram Ahmed –

Khuram is Race Reflections’ Money Tree Manager!

Khuram is a former Lawyer specialising in civil litigation for 8 years. He has worked for various race relations charities, assisting with operations and organisation. In his spare time he enjoys running, reading and plenty of family time chasing after his toddler! At Race Reflections Khuram handles the business development side of things including business planning and implementing policies and procedures.



Naima Kei* –

Naima is Race Reflections’ Web Whizz!

Naima is an experienced web developer who is passionate about helping small businesses bring their vision to life by building websites that resonate with their audience. In her spare time, she loves reading crime & mystery novels. Naima looks after the tech side of Race Reflections and in her spare capacity support other teams bring their online vision to life via her own enterprise. Click here to find out more about her work. 


Hayan Raphael –

Hayan is our Trainee Disruptor!

Hayan is the baby of Race Reflections. He is an aspirating business psychologist who can often be found reading business news. Hayan is studying psychology, business and product design. In his spare time, Hayan enjoys music production and art. At Race Reflections Hayan gets involved in all aspects of the business and brings his fresh eyes, a keen sense of the changing world and all of his developing talents.


TEAM MEMBERS ON THEIR WAY – Assistant Disruptors

We have successfully recruited 2 Assistant Disruptors/Psychologists who will be starting at Race Reflections within the next few weeks. More about them very soon.



Associate Disruptors!

We are always keen to increase our pool of Associate Disruptors with the heart and head to deliver our cutting edge courses. Our day rate for Associate Disruptors ranges from £500 to £750. More is available for EXCEPTIONAL trainers and capacity builders who need little to no training and support.

You need to demonstrate:

*A solid understanding of structural inequality – you need to know your stuff (and we will check)!

*At least 2 years experience delivering engaging training courses for various audiences

*A bold and confident attitude

*Skills in group facilitation

*A background in psychology, sociology or cultural studies would be a distinct advantage

If this sounds like you, please send us your CV and a covering letter ( and we will be in touch.

Before you join our team of Disruptors you will receive FULL training on the course (s) you will be expected to deliver including on our training methods and pedagogy. Join us!



Rethinking inequality, injustice and oppression

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