"When I was at school, I wasn't sure what I wanted to do when I grew up," says Theresa Esan.
"I didn't have many role models that inspired me.
"There were big international figures like Nelson Mandela and Oprah, but none that I could relate to locally."
It was because of a lack of local black role models when she was a child that Theresa decided to become a governor at a sixth form college in the London borough of Havering.
Teresa, who has been a governor for nine months, is now helping to front a campaign by the charity Governors…