YMSN Ambassadors

Sheryl

YMSN Ambassador

Meet Sheryl, mother to a beautiful three year old daughter who has changed her life in so many ways. She wouldn’t change it for the world. Her daughter has helped her grow and been her motivation to achieve and do better each and every day. Sheryl’s day profession may come to you as a surprise……… she’s a Mathematics teacher who works extremely hard to educate, empower and inspire confidence in her student’s abilities and to help them succeed in her given subject.
Sheryl is the founder and host of a podcast she recently launched named ‘Mummy Memoirs Podcast’. She created this podcast as a creative outlet that allows her to share her personal experiences so far as a ‘solo’ mother. Her aim is to empower other mothers out there and to let them know that if they’re going through it right now, they are not alone!
She delves into ALL areas of motherhood and uses her platform to reach out to mothers from every walk of life. Whether you’re a busy mum, organised mum, single mum, gossip mum, fitness mum, young mum, late mum, social mum , married mum…. (this list can go on forever), her platform is open to everyone.
She has real, raw and authentic conversations about motherhood and parenting to create an open dialogue between all mothers.

Sheryl

Agnes Agyepong

YMSN Ambassador

Agnes is the Parent Engagement Programme Manager at Best Beginnings, one of the eight Charity Partners of the Heads Together campaign, spearheaded by Their Royal Highness, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. In addition to this she is the St Guys and St Thomas Hospital's Maternity Voices Partnership Chair, a role in which she is responsible for ensuring that the voices of pregnant and new mums in Lambeth are included in decision making at a strategic level. As a School Governor for Clyde Nursery and Children’s Centre in Deptford, an area where 40% of children are living in poverty, the highest levels in the London borough of Lewisham, her work is centred around supporting parents and early years development.

As a mother of three herself and following mental health challenges during and after the birth of her second child she created The GLOMAMA Awards, an annual awards celebrating the achievements of mums on social media which encourages mothers to rediscover their ``Glow`` after pregnancy.

Agnes sits on the NIHR ARC Maternity and Perinatal Mental Health Co-Production Committee and is a founding member of the Maternity Mental Health SEL steering group.

Prior to operating within the maternal health and early years development space she was a Senior Recruitment Consultant for a leading global FTSE 250 recruitment company within the IT and Oil and Energy sector. Agnes is passionate about developing better intercultural awareness and communication within our sector and about ensuring the rights of women, mothers and children are protected.

Agnes Agyepong