Northernlands 3 - Data Is

About Sharena Lee Satti

Independent spoken word artist, and Poet from Bradford, West Yorkshire UK

Her work is published by the Verve poetry press. Her book titled "SHE" was released on November 2020.

She is a very passionate poet who writes poetry about her own personal life, current environmental issues, social stigmas, homelessness, poverty and discrimination? She speaks openly about her past and the struggles she had to endure. She found her voice and encourages others to find theirs through poetry and self-expression.

She shares her love of spoken word through performance art and has contributed immensely over the past years, she is an influential, uplifting voice in Bradford, spreading her empathy and love of poetry in her local community. Which also lead Sharena to be selected as a Bradford community champion. An education influencer. Sharena has been nominated for the British Indian awards 2020, Media arts and culture and has recently being associated with The Verve poetry Press, Chelping, Red Bull amaphiko, Film and Photographer Tim Smith and Balbir Dance, Kala Sangam (The artist takeover) Bradford Festival, Bradford Literature Festival, and BBC radio, NHS

The south square arts centre, Mend, Bradford producing hub, Saltaire festival, Ilkley Lit festival, Bradford Libraries, Leeds Lieder, BBC Leeds, Drystone radio, Bcb Radio, BBC radio 4,

She has facilitated Spoken word events and has worked closely with schools delivering Poetry workshops. You can book Sharena.


After the conference we would really appreciate your feedback about what you found useful and what we could do in the future.


Nothernlands 3 is a collaboration between ODI Leeds and The Kingdom of the Netherlands, the start of activity to create, support, and amplify the cultural links between The Netherlands and the North of England. It is with their generous and vigourous support, and the support of other energetic organisations, that Northernlands can be delivered.

  • Kingdom of the Netherlands
  • West Yorkshire Innovation Festival