Author, Speaker and Workshop Facilitator
Ebony Ali is an Author, Speaker and Workshop Facilitator from London. She graduated with a degree in International Relations and Journalism in 2015. In 2017, she was awarded the title of Miss E.B.O.N.Y. Ambassador in a Beauty and Creativity pageant for Africans in the Diaspora.
In 2018 she travelled to Nigeria where she delivered motivational talks at several schools, distributed food and clothing to orphans, and assisted in the delivery of skills empowerment workshops to local women and widows. Later that year she published her first book ‘Beauty for Ashes: An Exchange for Hope.’
In 2019, she partnered with WHSmith and sold her book in many stores across London, Ebony also spoke at many events in London, sharing her story and encouraging people from all walks of life.
She considers herself to be a humanitarian and hopes that she can do more philanthropy work in Africa and other developing nations. She also hopes that many people who hear her story will be inspired that they can also overcome their own personal struggles. She credits Jesus Christ as her foundation.
She currently resides in London in the United Kingdom.
She was featured in the Hackney Gazette, sharing her views on holding each other accountable in today's society.
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