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Sarah Land - Don’t give energy to things you can’t change

27th August 2020
#YesSheCan has interviewed Sarah Land, a former HR professional who has set up a charity called Peeps, Sarah’s daughter, Heidi suffered from a lack of oxygen at birth. Peeps supports families who have experienced the same life changing event. Can you tell us a bit about you and your career?…

Dr Cheryl Kam: Functional Medicine Coach

27th August 2020
I help busy mums unlock and sustain unrivalled energy, focus and calm through functional medicine and transformational habits. While my role was as a hospital doctor then a family physician, medical school was only the beginning. My interests also lay in anthropology, spirituality and psychology. I wanted to know more…

Candice Lee – if you’re going to do something, do it well, or not at all.

27th August 2020
#YesSheCan welcomes Candice Lee for an interview. Candice is a former practicing Lawyer who changed careers to set up Butterflyy Productions, and hasn’t looked back since! Can you tell us a bit about you and your career? I am a divorced mum of two boys originally from London. I practiced…

Annelies James - 72% of entrepreneurs develop a mental health issue

27th August 2020
Annelies has been running her own business, Expertly Personal, since 2018. She has encountered anxiety and a negative work-life balance but has found numerous ways to counter these and remain successful, both personally and professionally. I’ve been running my own business since 2018. Since taking the leap I have discovered…

Simone Codrington; Take every opportunity to learn!

27th August 2020
In this blog we speak to Simone Codrington, Asst Sustainability Manager. Simone Codrington spends her days supporting a large housing and commercial contractor to have a better environmental impact. Can you tell us a bit about you and your career: After choosing Environmental Science as a GCSE, then Environmental Studies…

Nina Marshall - Communication is ALWAYS King!

27th August 2020
Nina is a Sports Therapy Practitioner who runs two clinics in the East Midlands, she has suffered with a skin condition which led her to be addicted to steroid creams, read her interview here: Can you tell us a bit about you and your career? I have always loved fitness,…

Paul Elliott - We've all got greatness inside of us

30th July 2020
#YesSheCan is exceptionally lucky to have been able to interview Paul Elliott. Paul is a former professional footballer who now dedicates his post playing career to Diversity & Inclusion. Paul is Chair of The Football Association’s Inclusion Advisory Board. In our interview we talk about Paul’s career, the racism that…

Lizzie Benton – Culture Consultant

29th July 2020
Lizzie has started a company helping organisations with their culture. Having had good and bad experiences she has taken it upon herself to do everything she can to get rid of toxic work culture. Tell us a bit about your career so far My career has been a real pick…

Stacey Chesterton - You know you the best and you know your capabilities

29th July 2020
In this blog #YesWeCan talks to Stacey Chesterton who has founded her own Virtual Assistant company! Where it began…. I started out as an office junior for a law firm when I was 17 and quickly qualified as a legal secretary. I have worked for several large companies and been…

Adriana Batty - Making the fashion industry more sustainable

29th July 2020
I founded Lyfcycle with my Dad in 2019…. He brought the knowledge and I brought the creativity and drive to do something new. Lyfcycle was founded with a vision to clean up the fashion industry. We strive to partner with brands, help them on their journey to create sustainable clothing…

Louise Hallam - Achieve what seems impossible.

29th July 2020
#YesSheCan spoke to Louise Hallam who has changed career paths and is now a coach and mentor. She gives some great career advice! Tell us about your career I worked in a corporate job for 25 years specialising in leadership development. I always felt like I was meant to be…

Gilly Seagrave - your principles need to be respected

29th July 2020
Starting with making a simple fashion accessory, Gilly actually empowered, emboldened and allowed a generation of female snowboarders to express themselves as women! This is really interesting blog! How did EKA start? Ok, get a cuppa, this might take a while…… I was snowboarding in my 20’s and a lot…
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