My name is Pierre Epoh Moudio and I am a resident steering group member of Thames Ward Community Project (TWCP). I moved to the area in 2014. I work as a Senior ESOL Lecturer at Barking and Dagenham College and I have more than 16 years’ experience working with immigrants who need to improve their English in order to improve the quality of their lives. It’s important to me to support people to get into employment and to fully integrate in this new country that they now live in. I am also a speaker, coach and an award winner. I use my skills to inspire, motivate and empower people to achieve their full potential.
When I arrived in the UK, I struggled to find work, make new friends and I didn’t know how things operated in the UK work environment. It was frustrating and I felt depressed. I hated my life. I went from one setback to another and wanted to give up but luckily I didn’t.
I am running a workshop on the importance of taking charge of your life to get what you want. When I started taking full responsibility for my life everything changed and I got all the support I needed to achieve the various goals that I set for myself. What I will be sharing on the day worked for me and it will also work for you so come to the Sue Bramley Centre on Tuesday 5th July 2022 at 6PM to get inspired and empowered.
I want to thank TWCP for the key role they played in most of the successes I have had. Its team provided me with all the support I needed from applying for funding, monthly one to one check in meetings to all the logistics. For any local residents out there who would like to make a positive contribution to the community, get in touch with TWCP now and you will be amazed by the support available.
Resident Steering Group Member of the Skills & Enterprise Citizen Action Group