HRMI 2022: Grace Mansah-Owusu, talent consultant, British Heart Foundation

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Grace Mansah-Owusu is a chartered psychologist and a registered psychotherapist. She is a member of both the British Psychological Society and the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).

As a talent consultant at the British Heart Foundation (BHF), Mansah-Owusu focuses on creating and managing early careers programmes, including increasing the awareness around apprenticeships and overseeing the award winning GradUnique programme which is a graduate programme shared with Macmillan Cancer Support and the BHF. 

Mansah-Owusu has also spearheaded and implemented several diversity and inclusion initiatives whilst at the BHF and has developed employee groups and collaborations with external partners.

She also runs an organisation called the Black Business Psychology Network where she publishes content around diversity, inclusion and careers in psychology through podcasts, infographics and blog posts.

Mansah-Owusu has also undertaken PhD research on career theories which highlight a changing employment relationship on black knowledge workers in the UK.

 

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Grace Mansah-Owusu ranked 10th on HR magazine’s list of HR Most Influential practitioners in 2022.

Find the full list of HR Most Influential 2022 practitioners and thinkers here.