Nathaniel Loxley is the founding director of Vitality Hemp, an innovative home and garden lifestyle product brand founded in 2014. With experience of growing hemp under licence and creating various low carbon, natural products, Nathaniel is now working with other businesses to consult and connect projects within the emergent Global hemp industry.

In addition to Vitality Hemp, Nathaniel is the director of research and innovation at the British Hemp Alliance, a multi-stakeholder membership organisation that is committed to effecting progressive policy change and developing a robust, equitable and profitable value chain within the UK.

Nathaniel joins Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen to discuss the business of hemp in the modern world. 

Dr. Dawn Menge has been teaching students with severe cognitive delays for over twenty years, mentors & lectures graduate students and specialises in curriculum and instruction.

Dawn has won seventy International awards as the published author of the Queen Vernita’s Educational Series and Dragon’s Breath, including the Special Recognition Champion Award from Conquering Disabilities with Film, Best Written Word from Miracle Makers Film, Hollywood Dreams Film and International Author Boss Award from Power Conversations Magazine. 

Dawn has a PHD in Education, holds a Master’s and a Clear Credential in Moderate/Severe Disabilities and a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Development and joins Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen to discuss the Business of Special Education…

Aaron Whitfield is a skilled Youth and Family Development Specialist, Author, Motivational Speaker, Podcast Content Creator, Writer, and Consultant. 

Aaron has spent a lifetime creating positive change, inspiring others, and building meaningful relationships throughout his community. Having spent the past ten years as an educator, library professional, and youth development specialist, Aaron has invested his skills, talents, and passions directly into the lives of those he meets. 

He believes that each day is an opportunity to create a positive impact on the lives of others. Aaron is the owner of M.U.F.A.L.I, LLC., home to his internationally subscribed podcast, “The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert” and is here with Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen to discuss the business of Education and Youth Development…

After years of searching, Will Segal secured the purchase of his first property in 2019 and has since been engaged in the seemingly endless task of renovating and making it his own.

Moving from saving whilst searching, to owning his own home, and getting a foot on the property ladder has proven more stressful, time consuming, costly and fulfilling than Will could have predicted, and he joins Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen to share his experience on the Business of First Time Property Buying…

Known as ‘Jen of all trades,’ Jen Gardiner is a Film & TV Actor, Producer, Award Winning Cake Artist, Talk Show Host, Founder of The Lakoda Project, Entrepreneur of over 18+ years and Mom of 5.

Jen has featured on the multi-award winning film The Taste of Blood and is soon to be seen on Martyrs – The Chronicles of Blood and I, Terrorist, coming out in 2022. She has also started her own production company and will be filming her first feature film this year, titled The Emotional Terrorist.

Jen started her first company at the age of 20, has featured on the cover of The Grand Magazine, amongst others, and is here with Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen to discuss the Business of Acting & Entertainment.

Peter Birch is a Company Director at MetaOptima, creating intelligent technology to help doctors detect and treat skin cancer, and Company Director of the Medical Software Industry Association (MSIA), representing the software vendors of the healthcare industry in Australia.

Based in Sydney, Australia, in 2021 Pete left his full time role as a senior executive to run his business full time.

He’s also the creator and host of Talking HealthTech; a podcast and membership community for people passionate about connecting and learning about the effective use of technology in healthcare.

Peter joins Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen discuss the Business of Health Technology…

A few years ago, Michelle Dean found that she was lacking energy and her self confidence was low, partly due to having put on weight. 

Determined to make a change, Michelle put herself on a whole food programme and was astounded by the resulting rise in energy levels, health benefits and the effect her new lifestyle had on weight management.

Following the success of the programme, Michelle then trained to become a coach and is here with Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen to discuss The Business of Holistic Health & Weight Management…

Jasmine Mbye is a TEDx international Speaker, Trainer & Coach who uses over 14 years of professional expertise and her personal experience of overcoming abuse to inspire and empower women and teenage girls to show up authentically, be confident and feel empowered to achieve their goals and dreams.

Jasmine has been nominated for multiple awards, been featured in The Suns’ Fabulous Magazine and Luton Today and is a regular contributor to radio stations such as BBC Three Counties Radio, Inspire FM and Luton Urban Radio. 

Specialising in developing personal leadership, enhancing employability and improving wellbeing through speaking, training and events, Jasmine has partnered with the NHS Bedfordshire Recovery College and is here with Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen to discuss the Business of Empowerment, Authenticity & Confidence…

Alex Reid has worked in the not-for-profit sector for the past ten years, working on a number of six figure digital fundraising campaigns for leading UK charities. 

He has employed successful new digital fundraising strategies across a broad range of channels and is here with Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen to discuss the Business of Digital Fundraising…

Gill Jardine has a background in both education and counselling. Her qualifications include a BA in Psychology, a diploma in integrative counselling/psychotherapy and a PGCE (Post Graduate Certificate in Education).

It was whilst studying for her PGCE that Gill became particularly interested in the business of learning. It struck Gill just how much material is put out there by teachers, tutors, lecturers etc. and she found herself wondering how much of this material actually reached the learner and how much might be lost in the process.

Gill joins Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen to discuss The Business of Learning…