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Born in Edinburgh, Scottish Supermodel Eunice Olumide is a broadcaster and producer.  She has work on national and international productions including BAFTA Nominated Middle Man and as a Director on BAFTA Award winning Trouble Sleeping.  Over the years she has honed her skills on a variety of production’s for theatre, television and radio including The Culture Show, Imagine, The Edinburgh Fringe, Traverse Theatre, BBC Two, BBC Radio 5 Live, BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio Scotland and BBC Radio London.  Much of her career has focused on social justice and sustainability issues within society.  


A passionate activist and campaigner she has worked with the Centre for Social Justice and delivered a key note at the Houses of Parliament influencing the first ever inquiry into the impact of fast fashion on the environment in the UK.  A talented curator she has worked with the Tate Modern, The V & A, The British Museum and BFC London Fashion Week.  She is also a regular contributor and presenter on BBC, GMB, Lorraine and SKY TV as well as a celebrated public speaker, hosting a variety of events from MOBO Awards, MTV, LFW and Cannes Film Festival.   


Queens Honors:  


In November 2017 Eunice Olumide was awarded an MBE as part of the Queens Honours for services to Broadcasting, Charity and Arts.  In 2018 she obtained the prestigious title of V & A Design Champion for her outstanding contribution towards Design and Production.  A permanent gallery has been installed at the National Museum of Scotland on her life and work to date.  

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