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Chartered Institute of Personnel Development (Ch. Member) Federation of Small Businesses (Member) Salford Business Group (Member)
Travel Reading Watching movies Walking Experiencing new cultures and Food Campaigning for Organ Donation from Black Communities in the UK
Hilaria Asumu is married with 2 children (teenagers). Her first child is an aspiring musician and her second child is a future doctor. They are a close knit family and are always finding new adventures and places to explore. She has passed on her love for reading and travelling to her children. Her husband is a renowned Consultant orthopaedic Surgeon but keeps out of the limelight and quietly supports Hilaria in all her different projects. Family is very important to Hilaria so she's actively involved in the lives of her nephews and nieces. She's the 3rd of eight children.
I am the Global Director of SafeHausUK Global. Most of the services I have set up, have been born because of my own personal experiences and the scarcity of those services when I needed them most. I have worked both in public, private and the Third Sector organisations. I currently run three companies under the SafeHausUK moniker and about to set up a community initiative (WSH) for people with long term conditions. The initiative is to help them deal with everyday life issues which they normally wouldn't be able to, because of their condition.
Hilaria Asumu has worked over 6 years in her role as Managing Director at SafeHaus UK Ltd Group. She ensures organisational strategies provides desired outcomes, handles all recruitment and social media campaigns, she also oversees every area of the business. Her personal experience with kidney disease and subsequent transplant early 2018, made her realise there was a need to create awareness about organ donation in the black community and wanted to create a change in opinion about organ donation. She made it her life goal to support people from the black community especially women suffering from or caring for someone with kidney disease. She has a First Degree in Foreign Languages, a Masters in Human Resource Management from Manchester Metropolitan University and currently studying for a Masters in Employment Law at Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen. She is a Chartered Member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development, UK and the Federation of Small Businesses, UK. She would like to continue to help women in the black community progress through all areas in life and continue to create change. She is very passionate about what she does and never gives up. She is looking forward to networking and connecting with other like-minded professionals, and to gain the recognition and credibility of being a member.