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Lottie Watts: No one has to be limited by the expectations that others set for them

23rd November 2019
Our latest feature is about Lottie Watts, a 23-year-old Director of Construction & Real Estate Ltd. In this blog, she shares with us the challenges that she’s faced to land her dream job, as well as how she stays motivated and achieves that all-important work-life balance... A bit about me…

How the police are leading the way for workplace equality

15th November 2019
 PC Kim (not her real name) is a hardworking and driven woman working in the British Police Force. Since leaving university and not being sure about what she wanted to do as a career path, she applied thinking it would be short term and still finds herself working there years…

Emily Margetts - True freedom is control in your own life

14th November 2019
Can you tell us a bit about you and your career: I originally started my career in Experian in customer services in a call centre in 2012. Reading off a script and repeating myself day in day out. I knew this wasn’t what I wanted to do but with no…

Bill Taylor: Finding a voice. #MaleAdvocacy

13th November 2019
I owe my mum many things; she was a strong woman whose words and wisdom have helped me more than I will probably ever fully grasp. They helped me to navigate life as a youngster and allowed me to deal with the errors I made along the way. Later in…

Q&A with Jasmeen Armani: ‘Nothing easy is worth having.’

8th November 2019
In this blog, we spoke with Creative Art Director and final year MA Visual Effects student at University of the Arts London, Jasmeen Armani. With a lot of self-belief and determination, Jasmeen has never let her gender hold her back and followed her ambitions to study Visual Effects regardless of…

Q&A with Gemma Sewell: "Am I good enough?"

1st November 2019
We chat to Gemma Sewell about starting up her business and how easy it is to doubt yourself when doing so! Read on to find out how she overcame her setbacks and the advice that she gives to women now. Can you tell us a bit about your career? With…

Julie Langford: Staying True To Yourself

31st October 2019
Julie Langford epitomises the notion of hard work and determination. Julie's willingness to succeed in both her career and personal life has overridden every adversity that came her way. If you're looking for inspiration for how to get through a difficult time, this is the perfect read for you. What…

Natasha Harris: Motivation vs. Discipline

30th October 2019
Natasha Harris is a specialist SaaS Recruiter at Rebel Recruiters, she is hardworking, passionate and determined, but like everyone, loses motivation from time to time. Here she discusses Motivation vs Discipline and how they both work together to bring out the best in you! Its 8:45 on a Monday; a…

Jenny Evans: CEO of Jenny Kate Fashion Brand

29th October 2019
Jenny Evans is inspirational on a number of levels. After trying out a variety of different roles, Jenny decided to start her own business. Her story is as unique as it is inspiring, she started her award-winning business before university and is using it as a platform for change. She…

Q&A with Radio 1s Fiona Hanlon

28th October 2019
Fiona (FiFi) has worked at Radio 1 for nearly 10 years, she has produced radio shows for Nick Grimshaw, Maya Jama and many other well-known radio presenters. Her current role as a Talent Producer involves working with famous people and artists to make mixes that young people will enjoy. What…

Q&A with Rebecca Burke: ‘It’s easy to stay driven when you are standing up for what is right.’

25th October 2019
In this blog, we were delighted to talk to the inspirational Rebecca Burke. If you haven’t already read about Rebecca in the news, Rebecca has become known for her landmark equal pay claim against TalkTalk. When Rebecca was singled out for redundancy in May 2017, she was shocked to discover…

Q&A with Jess MacIntyre: Everything will be okay in the end. If it’s not okay, it’s not the end.

4th October 2019
Giving women the confidence and self-assuredness to take action in the modern workplace is exactly why #YesSheCan exists. This week's blog post with Jess MacIntyre provides a perfect example of exactly how to do just that! Read on below! Can you tell us a bit about you and your career?…
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