The Body Posi Panel

The Body Posi Panel

Wed 06 March 2019 18:00-20:00

The Students' Union at UWE

Join us for a panel discussion with Chanel Ambrose, Emma Hill and Maya Spencer-Berkeley followed by a Q & A session.

Our guests will be sharing their journey of how they found self love and how they began to embrace their bodies to now become the social media influencers we know and love today.


Chanel Ambrose is one of the UK's leading Plus Size Fashion and Body Positive Bloggers. Her bubbly and warming online presence has earned her a loyal subscriber and fan base worldwide. Chanel's fashion hauls are highly sought after as she presents honest ways to style plus size clothing, reviewing brands we all love. Chanel has been featured in Stylist Magazine where she shared her love for her body and a recent Body Victory campaign with Curvy Kate. Wife and Mother of 2 as well as #goals girl boss/entrepreneur Chanel has developed an agency supporting diverse influencers and has major plans in the future to contribute to the plus size fashion industry.

Emma Tamsin Hill is 22 year old YouTuber, presenter & stylist from the North West. Through her platform she discusses all things plus size fashion, body confidence, self love & female empowerment. Starting her YouTube channel in December 2017 her popular haul videos & girl talks have helped her amass nearly 80,000 subscribers in her time on the platform. This lead onto her presenting the documentary 'Too Fat For Love' with BBC3 which explores love, sex & relationships within the plus size world. Since then she has gone on to create her own size inclusive clothing brand AllBody UK which caters from size S - 5XL & aims to help men and women all over the world to love and accept who they are. 

Maya Spencer-Berkeley is a social media influencer, model and body positivity advocate. She was born with a rare genetic condition called Epidermolysis Bullosa. Using her instagram platform and modelling career she has been spreading awareness for this condition for a number of years. Her aim is to give younger EB sufferers the inspiration she wish she would have had growing up, and to raise as much awareness for a condition that can be fatal in some cases and seriously life altering.

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