ROTA is thrilled to announce the appointment of Michael Buraimoh as its new Chief Executive.

With a strong commitment to advancing the cause of racial equity and an extensive background in advocacy and social justice work, Michael brings a wealth of experience to this pivotal role.

Buraimoh brings a wealth of experience and expertise to ROTA, having spent over 20 years working in the non-profit sector, including more than 13 years at the helm of UK charitable organisations doing related work. He is a passionate advocate for racial justice and has a proven track record of success in developing and implementing effective programs and initiatives. 

I am excited to be joining ROTA at this crucial junction in the organisation’s journey. I look forward to working with my new colleagues, our esteemed members, and wider partners to chart a new chapter of high impact in pursuit of racial equity and social justice.

Michael, ROTA’s new Chief Executive

Michael’s appointment comes at a time when ROTA is determined to strengthen its position as a leading voice in the fight for racial justice.

“We are thrilled to welcome Michael Buraimoh as our new CEO. Michael is a highly experienced and respected leader with a deep commitment to racial equality. He has the vision and experience to lead ROTA into a new era of growth and impact.” 

Ali Ahmed, Chair of ROTA’s Board of Directors

Michael’s tenure as Chief Executive is set to commences December. His arrival marks a significant step in ROTA’s journey towards creating a fair and equitable society for all. With his leadership and the commitment of the entire ROTA team, we are poised to make a lasting impact in the fight for racial equity.

We are eager to embrace the vision and leadership that Michael brings and look forward to strengthening ROTA further with its mission of promoting racial equity and social justice.

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Notes to Editors

  • Race on the Agenda (ROTA) is one of Britain’s leading anti-racist change drivers. Working with communities impacted by systemic racism, ROTA helps create the policies and practices to tackle inequality.
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For more information about Race on the Agenda and its work, please visit rota.org.uk [Website].