Simone Bresi-Ando

UK NEWS: THE I’MPOSSIBLE CONVERSATION TO HOST FIRST INTERNATIONAL EDITION IN NEW YORK

I’mPOSSIBLE founder Simone Bresi-Ando is taking her successful event series, The I’mPOSSIBLE conversation, to New York for its first international event. Dubbed a mix between ‘Oprah’s Legends Luncheon’ and ‘Inside the Actor’s Studio’, the panel event features women of colour from all walks of life who share their pearls of wisdom with the audience to help inspire on the theme of ‘How I Became POSSIBLE‘. Congratulations Simone 😀

I’MPOSSIBLE DEBATE (GOOGLE HANGOUT): ‘#TALKING TUESDAYS’ (JANUARY 14TH – PART 3)

#TalkingTuesdays is a monthly Twitter debate which has been running since 2010 created and hosted by I’mPOSSIBLE to give time for open, effective dialogue on how our followers truly see the world and it’s events as well as positively interact with one another.   For 2014, we’ve revamped the format and taken the debate to Google Hangout.  Sticking with the same successful formula, but adding a rotating, well-informed, opinionated panel with your views – the debate is getting bigger, more interactive and global. []

QUOTE OF THE DAY: SIMONE BRESI-ANDO (FOUNDER OF BRESI-ANDO CONSULTS AND I’MPOSSIBLE)

“Define success on your terms. There is no other joy but achieving goals you created for yourself that have not been tampered with by external or societal pressures or structures. Fix your own mask first before helping others, broken souls can only give so much. Give wisely and wholly.” [Stylist Magazine – Top tips to mark International Women’s Day] On March 8th The I’mPossible Conversation will be part of the South Bank Centre’s Women Of The World Festival in London on International Women’s []

VIDEO: INVISIBLE WOMEN – ‘BLACK BRITONS STRUGGLE TO BE HEARD’ – (CNN INTERNATIONAL)

In July 2011, Simone Bresi-Ando, founder of I’mPOSSIBLE was honoured when CNN international approached her to talk about her experience as a Black British female. Zena Tuitt, Kehinde Olarinmoye and Desiree Banugo joined Simone to share their journeys as Black British women and were asked a range of questions during a two hour interview about their perception of the beauty and fashion industry; working in the corporate world and society as a whole. Well done Simone and all the other ladies who []