"Beauty has a lot to do with what is on the inside"
Former Miss Universe Great Britain Grand Finalist 2017 and founder of "Charisma Campaign". Tina Antwi, is also known as “Tina Charisma” a Model, Speaker, Writer, and Activist based in London. She campaigns, writes and regularly speaks internationally on issues related to women, diversity, beauty, media, fashion, education and Africa (diaspora and youth empowerment) impacting people and communities globally. She is a highly sought after international speaker who has delivered several key notes and led workshops around the world including TEDx and Warwick Africa Summit. Additionally, she has experience working in the Charity, Media and Government sector. Her Charisma Campaign initiative primarily aims to provide advocacy, influence culture and empower communities. She actively delivers campaign projects which addresses issues around global goals as well as diversity and equal representation within the fashion, media and cultural industry such as her current #GOECOPERIOD campaign which advocates for sustainable period products.Read more
Tina speaks at events in the UK and Internationally as well organising campaign events of her own. She launched her first “Charisma Campaign” event on the 18th June 2017 as part of her Miss Universe Great Britain journey raising money to support victims of Acid Attacks in India as well as hosting engaging talks to help inspire the importance of authenticity and more recently on period poverty and sustainable periods.
Charisma Campaign annual conference holds annually partnering with international global forums to provide a platform for social action and dialogue. For more information of future events, launches and tours sign up for email updates and contact Tina via event page if you have an event you want her to speak at she covers and specializes on a number of topics so make sure your get in-touch via the contact page!
One in seven girls in the UK have struggled to afford sanitary pads, according to a recent Plan International report. Tina Charisma’s new initiative aims to tackle the issue, and promote more sustainable alternatives like cloth pads. The campaign has resulted in a sanitary cloth line set up to help raise money to help reach and support girls in the UK and in West Africa to gain access to sustainable period products that are reusable and that don’t just address the issues temporarily but help in addressing it long term