Aisha’lee is an old-school graduate of Teens and Toddlers, and once a member of the Youth-Led Board of Teens and Toddlers, completing her mentoring programme as well as taking part in various Merlin Entertainments charity events for BBC Children in Need. She is passionate about providing consultancy services to directors and managers of children and young people’s homes to ensure that they deliver adequate support and care in line with the Government guidelines.

Aisha’lee runs a support group, MotherLeeBreakingFree, for young parents, providing parents with the support and guidance they need to nurture themselves through self-love in order to continue growing to be the great parent their child needs. Aisha’lee is also the founder alongside her best friend of Care Unity Operations, a charity in the process. During the second part of the pandemic till present, they have been supporting homeless and disadvantaged young people providing the tools to be resilient, independent, courageous, healthy to be able to rise through their circumstances through outreach support.

Aisha’lee believes strongly in inclusion and equality. She has been supporting disadvantaged young people for 5+ years. Currently, she is a Director of Services for We Care Homes, significantly experienced in the operational delivery in providing bespoke semi-independent care to our young people age 16+. As well as this, she creates and delivers exploitation rehabilitation outreach programmes to local authorities throughout the country.


"I have experienced first-hand the impact Power2 encouraging young people to find and develop themselves can have despite one’s past. I am excited to give back to an organisation that added value to my journey as well as grow with my team, our young people and organisations we support and work with.