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Chanté Joseph

Chanté Joseph is a writer, digital content producer and the host of The Guardian’s Pop Culture Podcast and Channel 4’s How Not To Be Racist & House of Horoscopes. As well as being a first class event or awards host, Chanté is also an accomplished public speaker on topics such as journalism, digital content creation, diversity and inclusion and neurodiversity, after receiving an ADHD diagnosis in October 2020.

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About Chanté Joseph

Chanté Joseph is an incredibly versatile journalist. She writes frequently for publications including British Vogue, The Guardian, Gal-dem and VICE with her work ranging from celebrity interviews to cultural commentary and first-person reportage.

Biography

Chanté Joseph fronted The Face Magazine’s ‘My Public Me’ podcast in 2020 and currently hosts panel discussions. Additionally, she works as a consultant for various companies and has collaborated with many household brands such as Bumble, adidas, Spotify and Youtube as a content producer.

Chanté is currently writing for her first book A Quick Ting On: The Black British Power Movement, due out in autumn 2023.

Speech Topics
  • Journalism
  • Diversity and Inclusion
  • Digital Content Creation
  • Neurodiversity
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