Bomikazi Lupindo is a Clinical Psychologist and a first-year DPhil student at the Department of Experimental Psychology. Originally from South Africa, I bring a wealth of experience. Before embarking on my journey at Oxford, I worked as a Clinical Psychologist, dedicated to helping individuals overcome challenges. Additionally, I co-founded an NPO called Mind Matters, where our focus was on youth mental health and providing invaluable mentorship opportunities. Through these endeavours, I have understood that true leadership goes beyond gaining trust in one own abilities. It’s about empowering others and helping them believe in their potential.
Having lived in culturally diverse countries like South Africa, Canada, and the UK, I’ve
developed a profound appreciation for different perspectives and a heightened ability to connect with individuals from various backgrounds. This cultural sensitivity is vital in fostering an inclusive and supportive environment within our society’s community. I am excited about the opportunity to serve as your Welfare Officer and contribute to our vibrant and diverse community. Together, we can create an environment that champions well-being, inclusivity, and the nurturing of individual talents.
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