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International Women’s Day

1st March 2020
#YesSheCan is excited to partner with Her Spirit for International Women’s Day- focusing on 7 amazing women! Check out their stories. This blog is from Dolly Plunkett- a tattoo artist! Dolly talks about her business, her motivation and her support system. Read on for Dolly’s story... Overcoming barriers... Trying to…

International Women's Day

1st March 2020
#YesSheCan is excited to partner with Her Spirit for International Women’s Day- focusing on 7 amazing women! Check out their stories. This blog is from Rania Turner-Ramadan- Assistant Principal at Nottingham Girls’ Academy. Read on for Rania’s story... Putting your happiness first... Unfortunately, the biggest barrier I have faced to…

International Women's Day

1st March 2020
#YesSheCan is excited to partner with Her Spirit for International Women’s Day- focusing on 7 amazing women! Check out their stories. Below is Ashleigh Evans’ blog...Growing up surrounded by gangs, drugs and violence, Ashleigh Evans had has fought against her environment to now give back to girls like her as…

Helen Langridge - Things do get better, but it is a process.

21st February 2020
This blog was written by Helen Langridge, a Cyclist about to embark on a world record attempt to be the fastest woman to cycle around the world! Living in London, I started riding a bike to work to help with the cost of living, but a collision with a police…

BBC's 'The Apprentice' winner, Carina Lepore!

20th February 2020
In this blog, we speak with BBC- The Apprentice winner, Carina Lepore, CEO and Founder of Dough Bakehouse! What made you choose this career/industry? I have always wanted to be my own boss and had my first business at 18. I’ve always dreamt of having a coffee shop, so when…

Aimee Luther- ‘You just need to find the right place for you to flourish.’

17th February 2020
In this blog, we speak to Aimee Luther, Managing Director of The Liberty Guild. Aimee talks us through her career, her love of Art and finding a place of work that lets you be exactly who you want to be. I joined Ogilvy and Mather as a graduate in 2000…

Julie Farr-Voller - “Be tenacious and persistent”

14th February 2020
In this blog, we got the chance to have a chat with Julie Farr-Voller, Company Director of FVS Consulting. Discussing her career, her inspiration and how she got to the position she is in today. Can you tell us a bit about you and your career? In a snapshot, I…

Jessica Fearnley “make choices that you know will lead to the result you want for the long term”

12th February 2020
Our latest feature Jessica Fearnley, business coach and founder of Jessica Fearnley’s Business Coaching. In this blog, she talks about her trials and tribulations she has faced throughout her career. How she got to where she is now and what she would tell her younger self. My name is Jessica…

Sarah Canning - Work life is hard, be kind to people and treat others how you wish to be treated.

9th February 2020
In this blog, we chat with Sarah Canning, Marketing Director of Student Roost. Sarah talks us through how she got to where she is today, the best advice she was ever given and key leadership lessons that she has learnt! I left University with a degree in English Literature and…

Sophie Karaer - The journey from Graphic Designer to starting a company.

7th February 2020
I graduated in 2010 with a 1st Degree in Graphic Design and Advertising. From there I moved on to professional placements, had a year’s stint as an in-house graphic designer for a property company, and then picked up my first job as a Junior Graphic Designer at a Lincoln-based agency.…

Keri Watkins - You do you

4th February 2020
In this blog, we speak to Keri Watkins, about how she overcame bullying and work-related anxiety, her career and becoming a virtual assistant. My name is Keri, I am 36 and have worked in Marketing since I graduated from university 15 years ago. My first job was at Experian. It…

Sophie Power - I’m very proud to be a female boss and have other female bosses as colleagues.

30th January 2020
We got the opportunity to sit down with Sophie Power, Head of Creative of DHP Family, she talks being ballsy in business and women empowerment in male-dominated industries. Can you tell us a bit about you and your career: I’m currently Head of Creative for award-winning, live music promoter DHP…
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