Migrants' Rights Network

Sainga Tony

Sainga studied accountancy before working in a large Local Authority in a London Borough followed by a role in a small BAME Housing association and a Directorship at a Race Equality Charity and brings over 14 years’ Housing, Local Government and Charity experience with her. Sainga spent many years training and developing strategies to combat the effects of various Government changes that disproportionately affect BAME communities including Welfare Reform and successfully implemented strategies to reduce evictions in Temporary housing for 18-24 year olds. 

Sainga has been key in working collaboratively with Local Authorities and BME London Housing providers to empower residents through access to employment and skills training and has successfully set up a number of small business ventures. Sainga’s specialisms include: Housing, Welfare Benefits, Business Development, Stakeholder Management, Strategic Leadership, Influencing and motivational skills.

Sainga is passionate about creating an equal, fairer and inclusive society where everyone is given the opportunity to prosper particularly, BAME communities, the youth and disadvantaged groups.

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