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?…

Black History Month: Celebrating Inspirational Black Women

4th October 2019
This October is Black History Month, and we will be celebrating Inspirational Black Women from all walks of life throughout this month! So, how did it start? Black History Month is an evolution of ‘Negro History Week’ which originated in 1926 when historian Carter G. Woodson decided to spotlight the…

Louise Mackintosh - Striking A Balance

4th October 2019
Despite how far we have come in addressing the issue of gender equality, we still have some way to go. This is especially important when considering the prejudices associated with being a working parent. Louise Mackintosh is a career driven working parent, something that many consider don’t go hand in…

Sarah Freeman - Chase your dreams wherever they might take you

27th September 2019
Sarah Freeman’s career hasn’t exactly been straight forward. Sarah has travelled the world in a relentless pursuit of her career goals, all the while not giving in to any setbacks that occurred along the way. Her career is a result of hard work and dedication and so this week we’re…

Julieta Tello: Discovering Career Fulfillment

25th September 2019
I worked for 20 years in marketing for huge corporate companies like The Coca Cola Company, Kraft Foods, Inbev, and Unilever but I knew I needed a new challenge, I guess it started from a lack of personal purpose at that point and motivation about my career. My symptoms were…

Claire Henson: Living With Anxiety and Creating Positive Change

20th September 2019
Living With Anxiety When I was fifteen, I began to experience severe anxiety, which spiralled into an anxiety disorder in my earlier twenties. I missed a huge chunk of my life because I felt too scared to go out and quickly developed avoidance techniques so that I didn’t have to…

Q&A with Lisa Byrne

16th September 2019
In this blog, we interviewed Lisa Byrne, Managing Director of Tonic Marketing Consultancy. From planning and managing multi-media campaigns to booking celebrities for events, Lisa’s varied role makes her career nothing short of amazing! We spoke to Lisa all about why she chose to work in the Marketing Industry and…

Kate Burgess: You have to open doors for yourself by moving out of your comfort zone

13th September 2019
In this post, Kate Burgess demonstrates sheer determination to achieve her career goals. Her ability to quickly overcome setbacks faced along the way is second to none and should inspire the next generation of female leaders. Read her story below: The Path To The Perfect PR Career Throughout my career,…

Q&A with Candace Barritt: Assistant Product Technologist at John Lewis & Partners

9th September 2019
In this blog, we interviewed Candace Barritt, Assistant Product Technologist & Innovation across John Lewis & Partners and Weekend. Candace explains to us what is involved in a fast-paced day of working as an assistant product technologist, how she stays stress-free and whether enough is being done to address gender…

Penny Mallory - Racing To The Top

8th September 2019
Penny Mallory’s career is a reminder to follow your dreams no matter what boundaries crop up along the way. Despite her troubled home life and lack of support network, Penny pushed on through the darkest time in her life to achieve her dream of becoming a successful rally car driver.…

Paul Roche - The Importance of Gender Diversity

1st September 2019
In this blog, Paul Roche, MD of Buildbase, gives his view on Gender Diversity and the importance of it within the male-dominated Construction Industry… Why wouldn’t we want a diverse organisation? Just looking from the talent side of things, if we don’t look for ways to enable women to access…
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