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  • Friday, 15 May 2020 12:52

    Liz Rotherham - I believe that you can achieve anything in this world

    Liz has written us a blog about her journey with her mental health, the highs and lows of being diagnosed as bi-polar and how now, every day she is grateful for the situation she finds herself in. Hi, I am Liz and I live with my partner and two lively…
  • Tuesday, 28 April 2020 19:52

    Danielle Lecomber- “Believe you can and you are halfway there!”

    Danielle is the Financial Planner of Hall and Costello Wealth Management Ltd. In this blog, Danielle talks through her career Female empowerment, financial education, next-generation investing and what inspires her every day. I graduated from university in 2012 with a first-class Law Degree. Shortly after this I started a role…
  • Tuesday, 28 April 2020 19:44

    Pamela Evans - The Female Digger Driver

    This blog is from Pamela Evans, she tells us her story - one of perseverance and motivation. This is an inspirational story and one that is well worth the read! In September 2001 I turned 21 when I was able to take my CITB Excavator Operator Licence test. I passed…
  • Tuesday, 28 April 2020 19:39

    Sue Owen-Bailey- “Never give up”

    At #YesSheCan we got the opportunity to have a chat with Sue Owen-Bailey, Assistant Comms Manager of Nottingham Building Society. We chatted to her about starting your career as a young woman, the challenges she faced and how to overcome things that don't go to plan. “Never give up. We…
  • Tuesday, 28 April 2020 19:34

    Annette Forster- Have a Purpose; be yourself and have fun!

    In this blog, we speak to Annette Forster, Group Marketing Director for Ibstock plc. She talks to us about her motivation, her tips for being a female in a male-dominated industry and having a sense of equality and justice. The story so far... I was born in South Africa during…
  • Tuesday, 28 April 2020 19:23

    Laisha Johnson - “Let your passion be greater than fear.”

    At #YesSheCan we are very fortunate to speak to Laisha Johnson, a trainee Barrister and MS Universe GB contestant. We chatted to her about her career plans and, the challenges she has faced, and what drives her to succeed. “I wanted to grab hold of every opportunity that I had…
  • Saturday, 25 April 2020 10:28

    Vicky Pearson - Be strong, be proud and be confident.

    This blog is from Vicky Pearson, Founder/Director and lead creative of Creative DC and Bookie Wookie Doo Dah. Vicky talks us through her varied career from digital marketing to standing for parliament. We’re so grateful to Vicky for writing this blog, and she has a lot to say- give it…
  • Friday, 24 April 2020 11:25

    Lucy Orchiston - I love a challenge!

    In this blog, we speak to Lucy Orchiston, Head of Engagement at Euro Car Parts. She gives us her advice for making yourself stand out and thinking outside the box! Can you tell us a bit about you and your career: When I joined the company as Recruitment Manager, the…
  • Friday, 21 February 2020 14:06

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

    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…
  • Thursday, 20 February 2020 14:01

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

    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…
  • Wednesday, 12 February 2020 13:43

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

    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…
  • Friday, 07 February 2020 13:32

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

    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.…
  • Thursday, 30 January 2020 13:20

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

    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…
  • Tuesday, 28 January 2020 13:17

    New Year’s resolutions can kiss my ass! I’m an everyday warrior!!

    This blog is a guest blog from Rebel Recruiter Michelle Johnson, she talks us through her life and career with chronic illness'. Michelle explains what her childhood was like and how she has remained positive throughout! Give it a read! Sunday night. 0700 alarm set. Snooze a couple of times…
  • Friday, 24 January 2020 13:03

    Hannah Power- ‘I try to live as fearlessly as possible.’

    In this blog, we talk to personal branding specialist Hannah Power about her motivations, taking risks and living fearlessly. What is a typical day in your career? I work with entrepreneurs and experts to build their personal brand online. So each day is different as sometimes I am doing more…
  • Monday, 20 January 2020 12:54

    Pip Gorringe- ‘I think it’s really important to love what you do!’

    In this blog, we speak to Pip Gorringe- the owner and director of Pipsqueak Party, a Children’s Entertainment company with a difference! Pip talks to us about her career, doing something you love and not sweating the small stuff! My career has been a long and varied one! My career…
  • Sunday, 12 January 2020 12:42

    Maria Marlow - ‘Be strong, believe in yourself. There is a role out there for you & you will find it'

    In this blog, we speak to Maria Marlow, who has a successful career in HR for SMP Europe. She talks us through her career, her inspiration and how she overcame the challenges she faced. Can you tell us a bit about you and your career? I started training as a…
  • Friday, 10 January 2020 12:38

    Charlotte Sultana Evans’ biggest setbacks, moving to Malta and barriers she has faced.

    We talk to Charlotte Sultana Evans, a PE teacher who has relocated to Malta. She tells us what her life is like day to day as a role model for so many young people and the issues she has faced as a woman! Tell us a bit about your current…
  • Sunday, 05 January 2020 12:30

    Kat Bailey- ‘I’m just extremely grateful for the women who have come before us...'

    'I’m just extremely grateful for the women who have come before us, who broke so many boundaries, and those who continue to do so.’ In this blog, we speak with Kat Bailey, founder of The Mother Lode- A unique Public Relations & Communications company with a focus on music. Kat…
  • Friday, 03 January 2020 12:18

    Sophie Le Brozec- has helped women launch new careers, save marriages and taught them self-love!

    Sophie Le Brozec- has helped women launch new careers, save marriages and leave dead-end relationships, given them support, and taught them self-love! In this blog, we speak with Sophie Le Brozec, Entrepreneur, Life Mentor, Author, Teacher and Online Trainer. Sophie has never let anything hold her back in her mission…
  • Friday, 13 December 2019 12:02

    Overcoming personal trauma and creating an empire with Naomi Rothwell-Boyd

    The following blog was contributed by Naomi Rothwell-Boyd founder of Tribe And Seek, a poignant story on overcoming trauma and using it as ammunition to fuel a fight. Demonstrating the perfect example of a #YesSheCan inspirational women. Naomi’s company ‘Tribe And Seek’ strive to help people in their 20s &…
  • Tuesday, 10 December 2019 11:54

    Meggan Watson - no one should experience abuse!

    In this blog, we speak with Meggan Watson, Community Engagement Lead for RISE. An organisation based around offering practical help ranging from direct advice to refuge accommodation to those in urgent need. Meggan talks about a typical day-in-the-life and how she got to where she is now… Can you tell…
  • Wednesday, 30 October 2019 10:59

    Natasha Harris: Motivation vs. Discipline

    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…
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