Temi Kamson is a social entrepreneur and founder of a not-for-profit called GT Scholars. She has a Masters in Civil Engineering from the University of Nottingham and a PGCE in Mathematics Education from the University of Cambridge. She qualified as a teacher in 2009 and has taught in a range of state and independent schools in England.
Temi set up GT Scholars in 2013, with the goal of helping ambitious young people achieve their full academic and career potential, regardless of their socio-economic background.
Temi often writes and speaks about social entrepreneurship. She is passionate about using education and enterprise as a driving force for social mobility. Temi currently teachers Maths in inner-city state schools. She lives in London with her husband and their very active 3 year old son.