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Jada Sezer describes herself as a creator, advocate, and changemaker.
Jada Sezer is a member of the Women's Equality Party. The Women's Equality Party is a British feminist political party founded in 2015.
From being a student of child psychology and child psychotherapy, Jada Sezer changed the course of her life to become a champion for women's rights and gender equality. Sandi Toksvig and Catherine Mayer came up with the idea at the Women of the World Festival when they realized there was a need for a party to push for gender equality that would benefit everyone. Jada Sezer is also an ambassador for UN Women (UK), a global organization dedicated to achieving gender equality, from grassroots programs with the world's most vulnerable women and girls to altering attitudes and assisting governments in developing gender-equal policies.
Jada Sezer's net worth is estimated to be around $800,000.
Jada Sezer's net worth is attributed to her modeling endorsements and brand promotions. His annual income is not known.
Jada Sezer is 5 ft 9.5 in (176.5 cm) tall.
As of 2022, Jada Sezer is 33 years old.
Jada Sezer grew up with her sister in England. Her parents are British, but their names are not known. Jada Sezer holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Counselling Psychology. She did her Master's in Child Psychology and Mental Health from the University of Birmingham. As a young girl, Jada Sezer was a swimmer and violin player. She had a fondness for modeling from childhood and went on to have a successful modeling career for top fashion brands. In 2021, she left Wilhelmina Models, a modeling agency.
Jada Sezer has been dating Tyson Joseph, the popular director, and documentary filmmaker. They constantly share their photos on their Instagram profiles.
Jada Sezer began creating content online and cultivating a social media profile after earning her MA in Child Psychotherapy in 2011 by photographing herself in an editorial style, rethinking what fashion could be with larger bodies, and her photographs went viral. Her modeling career took off during the London Fashion Week in 2013, where she was named the Face of British Plus Size Fashion Weekender and signed with a top modeling agency. On ASOS, an online fashion company in England, Jada Sezer is the first size 16 model.
In 2014, Jada Sezer relocated to New York from England and began working with well-known clothing brands like Target, Old Navy, and American Eagle. She also walked into Isabel Toledo's NYFW show. Jadasezer.com is where she started blogging about mental health, self-development, and her modeling career. She expanded her model areas to the United Kingdom, the United States, and now Europe in 2015. In 2016, she created and launched her own fashion line, SEZER by Jada Sezer, on her own. An exclusive capsule collection of premium necessities in sizes 6-26 that aims to bridge the gap between mainstream and plus-size size ranges in the modern fashion industry. She then joined the Women's Equality Party to combat the dangers of tiny sample numbers on models' emotional and physical well-being.
Throughout her modeling career with multiple fashion brands such as Teen Vogue and ASOS, she advocated for laws that would safeguard models and require agents to prioritize their health because of #NoSizeFitsAll. Along with Cheryl Cole and Dame Helen Mirren, Jada Sezer became a L'Oreal Princes Trust Ambassador and the face of L'Oreal's makeover from 'Because I am worth it' to 'Because we are all worth it' in the 2017#AllWorthIt campaign. She expanded her modeling regions to include the United Kingdom, the United States, Europe, and Australia. Jada Sezer teamed up with Vitality 10k in 2019 to promote and empower women of all sizes to embrace their bodies through exercise. It gave birth to the #CelebrateYou campaign, where 1000 ladies ran 6.2 m (10 km) together in their underpants.
In the same year, she was featured on the cover of Women's Health Magazine and joined Adidas' Swim Reimagine Sport Global Campaign. Jada Sezer was appointed UN Women UK Ambassador in 2020. She was a part of the Adidas Superstar Global Campaign and the Adidas Women's Reimagine Sport Global Campaign—Change is a collaborative effort. In 2020, Cosmopolitan Magazine featured her on its cover. Jada Sezer earned a diploma in neuroplasticity and completed a 250-hour yoga teacher training course in 2021. She founded and hosted the IG LIVE series 'Why We Feel This' in 2021, in which she interviewed neuroscientists, psychologists, and other specialists regarding emotions and brain health. Jada Sezer received a diploma in cryptocurrency and blockchain and went on to form ALMA Angels, which supports female-founded businesses. Until July 2021, she worked with Wilhelmina Models modeling agency.
In 2013, Jada Sezer became a Young Minds Charity ambassador, assisting young people with mental health issues and coping with social media pressures.
In 2019, Jada Sezer accompanied 'Save The Children' to Sierra Leone, where she spoke with teenage moms in slum areas facing school exclusion and social isolation due to early pregnancy.
Jada Sezer was co-host with Louise Troen for the podcast 'Unsubscribe,' which included interviews with women who had overcome adversity and persecution.
Artwork, theater, and reading are some of Jada Sezer's hobbies and interests. Her favorite holiday destination is Rome, and she calls Tokyo her second home. Her favorite colors are blue and black.
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