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Bex Caplehorn - "You'll never stop learning even when you think you've got things sussed!"

15th February 2019
Rebecca Caplehorn graduated from Loughborough University with a joint honours degree in physical education, sports science and mathematics. She subsequently qualified as a Chartered Accountant via the NHS Graduate Management Scheme and has worked in senior finance roles within both tennis and football. Rebecca joined the Tottenham directors board in…

Sarah Boddy "Make the exceptional be the norm!"

8th February 2019
Project Director at a City Financial Institution, Sarah Boddy talks to us about being a woman in her role and staying motivated no matter what barriers she is faced with. I am currently a Project Director at a City Financial Institution and have a two-year contract delivering workplace and change…

Christine Crawford “Don’t put too much pressure on yourself”

8th February 2019
Builders Merchant manager Christine Crawford talks us through being a female manager, the challenges she faces raising a young family and working full-time. She also talks about the importance of how we can help to change the perceptions of women in the workplace with #YesSheCan. Tell us a bit about…

Dr Nicola Relph “It’s ok to not be ok”

1st February 2019
We put our questions to Dr Nicola Relph, Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Health and Social Care. She tells us about the challenges she faces in her role and not allowing personal barriers to hold her back! Tell us a bit about your current role My current role is…

Sue Benson - Why it's great being a woman in Marketing

1st February 2019
Managing Director of Behavioural Marketing Company Sue Benson talks about why it's great being a woman in marketing and what skills were vital to her success. After discovering marketing at university and falling in love with it Sue is now responsible for the strategic direction of the business, culture, client…

"Be independent and fight limitations" - Ruth Brett, Marketing Director

28th January 2019
Growing up in Ireland in the 1970s, 80s and 90s I was very aware of how frustrated and disappointed my mum felt to have been unable to realise her own ambitions, her own dreams and to fully explore her own talents. At the time, I didn’t fully understand what had…

Rupinder Bains - "Girls should always believe that they can succeed"

18th January 2019
Managing Director of Pinder Reaux & Associates, and the first Asian football director; Rupinder Bains talks about discrimination in the workplace, setbacks and why #YesSheCan is so important to young women. At the age of just 16, Rupinder remembers feeling very deflated after a careers adviser insisted that pursuing a…

Katie Kelleher - How she got to the top!

16th January 2019
If you're considering a career in construction, then this blog post is for you. Professional crane operator Katie Kelleher is breaking down the stigmas associated with women in construction, operating the UK’s largest cranes. She has also been named in the Women Engineering Society Top 50 Women in Engineering 2018…

Baroness Sue Campbell - “There is no barrier that cannot be overcome”

16th January 2019
Baroness Sue Campbell is a former PE teacher and the current Director of Women's Football at the Football Association. She has paved the way for women's participation in sport and is also named as one of the most influential women in sport receiving both a MBE in 1991 and a…

Dolly Tattoos - Girls don’t need to choose traditional careers.

15th January 2019
Tattoo artist and living proof that you don't always need to pick a traditional career route to be a success, Dolly Tattoos discusses the skills you need to succeed as a tattoo artist, and why hard work pays off. When asked what advice she would give to young females, Dolly…

Q&A with Assistant Principal, Rania Turner-Ramadan

14th January 2019
We put questions to the Assistant Principal at Nottingham Girls’ Academy; Rania Turner- Ramadan. See what she has to say. Tell us a bit about your current role: I am Assistant Principal at Nottingham Girls’ Academy in charge of behaviour and attendance. With the ever-changing landscape of education, it is…

Q&A with Karen Kelly, MD of Paramount Professional Services Ltd

14th January 2019
Karen Kelly is the managing director of her own IT company, which has been running successfully for 10 years. In this interview, she talks through how she got to where she is and the barriers that she faced on the way. Tell us a bit about your current role: I…
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