Veteran journalist Sherry Ann Dixon to receive A lifetime achievement award on Divas of colour 2015

imageShe is one of the few respected all time black women journalists in the UK. A woman who continues to change our world one day at a time.
“I have huge respect for this woman, and look up to her as a journalist. She has accomplished so much in the field of media and business as well and deserve every honour due her. I hope that so many other women will be inspired by her through this recognition.”-Faustina Anyanwu, founder Divas of colour.

About Sherry Ann Dixon:

This Guyanese award winning Journalist and Keynote speaker is passionate about empowering people to be confident and to be the best they can be. And this started since she was 6 years old. Today she represents women in her community and without skipping a beat she has moved from Magazine Editor to being one of the most sought after women Empowerment Speakers in the UK.

Sherry Dixon is highly respected in the ethnic community in Britain and developed a following of dedicated followers from her editorial and radio show interviews with celebrities such as Dr. Maya Angelou, Nelson Mandela, Iyanla Vanzant, Barry White, Luther Vandross, Pam Grier, Nia Long, Cedella Marley, Whitney Houston, Alice Walker, Terry McMillan, John Holt, Dr. Grace Cornish, Dr. Anita Defoe and many more.

Sherry Dixon is a renowned journalist who has edited two magazines – Pride Magazine and SHE Caribbean and has a consultancy, Sherry Dixon Consultancy, a Marketing and PR company and has also launched herself as a Motivational/Life Skills speaker. Sherry has written for many publications including The Guardian, Sunday Observer, The Times, The Voice, Washington Observer and has done numerous television and radio shows for BBC Worldwide helping to dispel the myths surrounding the health and beauty for women of colour.

With her wide span of knowledge of empowerment issues, Sherry Dixon has now become a sought after inspirational speaker sharing her life skills and vast knowledge to empower individuals worldwide. But most importantly it’s her thirst for mentoring within her community that has been recognised and applauded

Her quick wit, brilliant sense of humour and warmth make her a very popular woman which has won her many awards:

European Federation of Black Women Business Owners Training Award 2010
Dr. Nicholson Fund Award 2010
ACWN Community Award 2010
Patron of Crème De La Femme
Patron of National Black Women Network (NBWN)
Winner of BEFFTA Best Radio Personality Award 2012
Winner of BEFFTA Lifetime Achievement Award 2012
Winner of ALIVE Magazine Lifetime Achievement Award 2013
Nominee – The Steven Lawrence Award 2013
Most Progressive Women Award 2013
Ambassador Back2Black BAFTA

Patron L.A.C.E (London Africa cultural event)

Sherry has recently graced the pages of the Washington Informer (USA), Makin Style Magazine (Caribbean based) and Conscious Vibes Magazine.

Sherry is currently the CEO and Founder of a motivational website for women called Women on the Crossroads (
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