About Us


The people are what make the Imperial College African Caribbean Society so special. We are one of the largest and most diverse cultural societies at Imperial but we are also a close family. So it doesn't matter who you are or where you're from (Trinidad and Tobago, Egypt, Mauritius, Kenya, Botswana, India, China, UK, Mars), everyone is welcome!


Imperial College African Caribbean Society aims to enhance awareness of both African and Caribbean culture by organising events which showcase different elements of our heritage. If you are keen to celebrate Africa and the Caribbean or you want to be part of an active, fun-filled society at Imperial then come and embrace the culture, food, music, history while enjoying the fun, laughter, friendships!


Imperial College African Caribbean Society was founded in 1998, with the intent to celebrate African and Caribbean culture. Our primary objectives include the promotion of African and Caribbean culture, whilst developing a great familial and professional network.


The Imperial College African Caribbean Society aims to organise fun-filled events all year round which give you the opportunity to meet new people, take time off university and relax and broaden your knowledge of African and Caribbean culture.

Meet the Committee

Tani Akinmoladun


Vivian Sullyunna

Vice President of Events

Kemi Akinnola

Vice President of Finance

Lydia Agbonkhina


Keziah Amuwo


Sharon Lawal

Afrogala Co-ordinator

Juliana Joseph

Afrogala Co-ordinator

Moyin Sina-Atanda

Welfare Officer

Yemi Abe

PR Officer

Joyce Kadibu

Website Administrator

Toni Akinrinmade

Social Media and Marketing Officer

Sinai Rhodes

Social Media and Marketing Officer

Nissi Okine

Events Officer

Blessings Mwanza

Sponsorship Officer

Layomi Obarotimi

Sponsorship Officer