Welcome to JAN Trust Romesh!

 

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JAN Trust is delighted to welcome on board new ambassador comedian Romesh Ranganathan. The last few years have been incredible for Romesh with two series of his BAFTA and RTS Nominated series Asian Provocateur receiving critical acclaim.  In 2016 Romesh embarked on his debut solo tour selling over 100,000 tickets and being awarded the Ents24 Hardest Working Comedian Of The Year.  The DVD/Digital release of the show is still flying high in the comedy charts with the highest sales of a debut in recent years.

Romesh embarked on his career in America last year appearing on ‘James Corden’s Late Late Show’ as well as performing at the world famous Greek Theatre.  2018 is already proving a busy year with him filming his new BBC2 series ‘Romesh’s Really Rough Guide’, Sky 1 commissioning a six-part series of ‘Rob & Romesh Meet’, becoming the new regular on ‘A League Of Their Own’ as well as writing and starring in his own Sky 1 sitcom ‘The Reluctant Landlord’.

JAN Trusts CEO, Sajda Mughal, has said “I would like to thank Romesh for recognising the vital work the JAN Trust does in educating and empowering BAME women, and for supporting our work in becoming an ambassador, Thank you!”

About JAN Trust

JAN Trust (www.jantrust.org) is a multi award winning not for profit organisation formed in the late 1980′s. We are based in London and cater for women and youth from disadvantaged and marginalised communities. Our work and services are delivered locally, nationally and internationally. Our aim is to create positive and active citizens of society by educating, empowering and encouraging women and youth. We are dedicated to the cause of combating poverty, discrimination, abuse and social exclusion among Black, Asian, minority ethnic, refugee and asylum seeking (BAMER) women. JAN Trust is making a real difference in improving the lives of communities; promoting human and women's rights as well as community cohesion. We provide a range of services and our work has been recognised by a variety of dignitaries. Check out our website for statements from some of our supporters: http://www.jantrust.org/what-people-say
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