Selina Nwulu is both an independent consultant and writer with a commitment to social and climate justice. She has worked extensively in the not for profit sector as a strategist, educationalist and social researcher. As such, she has worked for a number of civic organisations including the Equality and Human Rights Commission, the RSA and till 2020 as Director of Education at Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights UK. She now works with a number of organisations in an independent and creative capacity.
She has written for a number of outlets such as The Guardian, New Humanist and Red Pepper and has toured her poetry extensively, both internationally and throughout the UK in a number of cultural institutions such as Somerset House, BBC Radio 4 and Southbank Centre.