Fusing modelling and activism in the mental health space, Jada Sezer is a multi-hyphenate talent and supporter of many charities including Save the Children, Young Minds and UN Women.

As one of the first plus size models in the UK, Jada was a pioneer in the industry: modelling for Topshop, Speedo, Tommy Hilfiger and Moët; a global campaign for L’Oreal alongside Dame Helen Mirren and a total of 3 international Adidas campaigns.

In 2012, Jada was the very first size 16 model on ASOS. In 2019, she graced the cover of Women's Health magazine and entered 2021 as the January cover of Cosmopolitan.

Constantly inspiring women to break boundaries the way she has, Jada ran the 2018, London Marathon, in her underwear. Six months later, her empowerment campaign 'Celebrate You' had over 1,000 women, running 10k in their underwear too!

Her compassion when publicly speaking about vital topics such as body positivity, mental health and wellbeing has garnered her a large, loyal online following of over 300,000 on Instagram alone.

Before her modelling career Jada was studying a Masters in Child Psychotherapy. Over lockdown she went back to academia and completed a diploma in Neuroplasticity and became a qualified yoga teacher.

In 2021, Jada decided to leave the modelling industry and step away from the limelight. Her focus shifted in how she could further support others in her exploration into mental resilience.

Jada is currently developing a brand called ‘Intentionals’ with products and toolkits to facilitate vital daily practices, that aid in the strengthening and maintenance of mental health.