Naomi Kellman

Naomi Kellman studied Philosophy, Politics and Economics at the University of Oxford.

On graduating in 2011, she joined diversity specialist Rare. In this role she founded Target Oxbridge, a programme that has helped over 140 black African and Caribbean students secure Oxbridge offers, and currently supports 160 students a year.

Naomi spent 2012 – 2015 working on education policy at the Department for Education and the Treasury, and also served three years as a secondary school governor.

Naomi has co-founded both the BAME Fast Stream Network and the Oxford Black Alumni Network, and has made appearances on Sky News, BBC News, BBC Radio and Channel 5 News to discuss Oxbridge access.

She is currently Rare’s Senior Manager for Schools and Universities, leading on Rare’s campus recruitment, school work experience programmes, and university employability schemes.

Naomi also recently became a Trustee for Ebony Horse Club, where she uses her experience in university and graduate recruitment to support the charity’s aims of improving outcomes for young people in Brixton.