The #150Leaders are our affectionate name for those students who are accepted on to our programme.
Initially, the programme was designed as a two-year programme for 150 students, hence 150Leaders, but now 200 students have completed the Student Leadership Programme, and a further 50 are in our current cohort. Find out about some of the exciting work our students have been involved in throughout their leadership journeys.
- ThinkTheory19 – a student support network set up during the pandemic – Brian Webster, student nurse
- A video series promoting deaf awareness – Rebecca Lennox
- The Covid-19 Cohorts: an international blog series on the All4Maternity website dedicated to student midwives’ accounts of how the coronavirus affected their personal lives and midwifery education – Alicia Burnett
- Video diaries of the experience of healthcare students on Covid-19 placements featured on the BBC. The project was undertaken by Joy O’Gorman and features #150Leaders Ismat Khan and Natalie Elliott. Watch the video below:
Twitter accounts that have been set up by and/or are run by #150Leaders.
Simon James produced a video to showcase the Swansea Student Leadership Academy.
Blogs and reflections
Students Margaret Chung, Alicia Burnett, Kehinde Fakeye and Fatimah Mohamied featured on a Council of Deans of Health podcast reflecting on what the Black Lives Matter movement means to them, and discuss their experiences of being from a BAME background at university and in practice.
Many student blog about their leadership journeys, reflect on their time on the programme and share advice to other students. You can read some of these blogs on our website and also read those shared on students’ own platforms: