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Biography

Caroline S. Asante MSc. FRSA (She/Her)

 

Editor | Broadcaster | Festival Founder | Author | Environmental Scientist | Mom

 

Caroline S. Asante is a writer, sustainability influencer, columnist, best-selling author, festival founder and mom. She is an award-winning former BBC radio host, broadcaster and programme maker for 9 years and has  over 25 years experience in digital media.

 

An influential and experienced communicator, she believes living a life of purpose is the expression of success.

 

Currently, she is the creator and host of a new podcast series  Happy Well-Being Life - a new positive awareness music+ talk podcast series in which Caroline and guests explore conscious raising ways to increase the listener’s  self-care and well-being frequency - all fused with world music from Caroline’s 4-continent cultural heritage and influences. Caroline founded the UK’s first city-wide Eco Living Festival in Cambridge (2017-2019) and is currently creating an audio Alexa tool and working on her second book for the Happy Well Being Life guided journal series.

 

She is the host of the new podcast series HappyWellBeingLife, a self-care publishing brand whose mission is to empower people to write their own stories through the practice of positive self-reflection and journaling. She creates and writes guided well-being and self-care journaling tools, e-courses, books and workshops based on positive awareness, and a term she calls - human development consciousness. Her books are crafted to be used as power tools to assist and support people in living a more present purpose and abundant minded lifestyle. 

 

A passionate advocate for the UN Sustainable Development Goals, she is currently hosting and co-producing a new  podcast series amplifying the voices of women around the world, who are at the front-line of climate change  and says 

 

 "We cannot achieve any form of sustainable future, until all human beings experience the fundamental rights of well-being.  The human-induced climate crisis across this planet reflects the discord of poverty, gender inequality and fundamental social injustice being witnessed everyday regardless of geographical location.  We are at a precipice of change in human history, as we emerge from a pandemic like no other. This is not the junction of doom however, but of optimism to renew and rebuild our collective futures to which technology is a vital part. Only collaboration and cooperation in unity will lead to the path of a peaceful planet and prosperous people." - Caroline Asante 

 

Ms Asante holds a Masters of Science degree in Sustainability and Environmental Science from the Global Sustainability Institute at Anglia Ruskin University Cambridge, and is member of the International Society of Sustainability Professionals (ISSP) and a fellow of The Royal Society for Arts (RSA) and resides in United Kingdom with her family.

Caroline S. Asante is an award-winning former BBC broadcaster and programme maker for nine years, with over 20 years experience in digital media. She is a British sustainability educator, editor, author, and social commentator.  Born in London she has travelled extensively and has lived in Canada, the United States and Japan. Her mother is of Guyanese and Brazilian heritage and her late father, a Judge, is of Ghanaian heritage.

 

She is the founding editor of her blog Sustainable Diva Mag, the commissioning sustainability editor of Velvet Magazine at Iliffe Media Publishing Group and in 2018 founded the UK’s first city-wide Eco Living Festival in Cambridge. Always on the pulse of the latest developments in the field of sustainability, culture and social commentary, Caroline is passionate about human development and consciousness  and the importance of the UN Sustainable Development Goals as a core foundation for climate literacy. And  believes living life with purpose and joy is the philosophy of life.

 

An enthusiast for environment and well being, Caroline says these areas are intrinsically interwoven and underpin the theme of her current work.

"We cannot achieve any form of sustainable future, until all human beings experience the fundamental rights of well-being. The human-induced climate crisis across this planet reflects the discord of poverty, gender inequality and fundamental social injustice being witnessed everyday regardless of geographical location.  We are at a precipice of change in human history, as we emerge from a pandemic like no other. This is not the junction of doom however, but of optimism to renew and rebuild our collective futures. Only collaboration and cooperation in unity will lead to the path of a peaceful planet and prosperous people."

Currently Ms. Asante is author of several self-empowerment journals for women and is producing and hosting a new Sustainable Development Goals podcast series amplifying the voices of women around the world, who are at the front-line of climate change.  

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