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Karlet Manning

Meet Karlet Manning, Events director and safeguarding lead for T.A.P. Project. Karlet is the epitome of a community leader who leads with her heart.
Being a co-founder of G.R.E.A.T (Grass Root Educational Academy for Transformation), a registered charity supporting African & Caribbean families with a particular focus on families with children with Special Educational Needs (SEN) or Educational Health Care Plans (EHCP). Karlet is well known in the community for the work she does to support causes such as the prevention of education to prison pipeline for young people.
Karlet’s interest in mental health and experience as a Senior Assessment Coordinator for IAPT services at The Big Life Group and her involvement in the Together Study positioned her to share her expertise in parenting intervention, supporting ‘hard to reach’ youth in the community. She truly has a heart for Youth Engagement Work.
As an advocate for social change, Karlet is regularly engaged with the broader work of the Race Equality Foundation and is actively involved in research studies by Health Commissioning Groups and Leading on PPI projects and Service Steering groups.
In her capacity as a director for The TAP Project 2.0, her aim is to merge the projects together in order to increase the impact on the community. Her desire is to work with families offering support and building on future foundations and services.
Karlet would like to see TAP 2.0 collaborate with organisations that are focused on community outreach and making lasting decisions for the community.