Grime artist Stormzy and the Duchess of Sussex were today named among Britain’s most influential black people. The 26-year-old rapper and Meghan, 38, join footballer Raheem Sterling on the Powerlist 2020, an annual list of the 100 most powerful people of African, African-Caribbean and African-American heritage in the UK. Topping the list this year is Ismail Ahmed, the founder of pioneering money transfer firm WorldRemit which he set up in 2010 using compensation from the United Nations for exposing alleged corruption. The Duchess of Sussex, pictured with her husband Prince Harry at Windsor Castle at a roundtable discussion on gender equality today, has been named among Britain’s most influential black people Ismail Ahmed (left, 1st), the founder of pioneering money transfer firm WorldRemit, and Pat McGrath (right, 2nd), who is widely viewed as the world’s most influential makeup artist, took the top two positions in the Powerlist 2020 released today Also on the list is Pat McGrath, who is widely viewed as the world’s most influential makeup artist after founding her eponymous cosmetics line Pat McGrath Labs which has grown into a billion-pound business. New entrants on the Powerlist 2020 include model and activist Adwoa Aboah, Michael Sherman, chief strategy and… Read full this story
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