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March 15, 2019
Gender Networks featured
15
Mar

WeAreTheCity’s Gender Networks celebrates its 10th birthday at the London Stock Exchange

To celebrate ten years of Gender Networks, founder Vanessa Vallely, OBE was joined by over 100 guests to open the markets at the London Stock Exchange. Speakers included, Diane Cote, Chief Risk Officer at the LSE, who hosted the celebrations and spoke of her support for Gender Networks. Baroness Goudie, Member of the British House...
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returners featured
15
Mar

Returning to work? Plan for a smooth start

Towards the end of last year, the Government Equalities Office announced a fund of £600,000 to help vulnerable women return to work. This includes providing assistance to women who have experienced issues such as homelessness, domestic abuse and mental health problems. The government also recognises that women with caring responsibilities are significantly disadvantaged. Caring responsibilities,...
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Career Path
15
Mar

The path less travelled…

“It’s never too late to embrace a new challenge if it’s something you are passionate about,” says Gemma Christian, technical director at engineering, research and development specialist Alvant Ltd. After leaving school at 16 with no qualifications, Gemma is not only an example of how it is never too late to study or retrain, she...
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Rising Star 2019 banner featured
15
Mar

One week to go – who will you nominate? | WeAreTheCity’s 2019 Rising Star Awards

Since 2015, WeAreTheCity’s Rising Star awards have highlighted the achievements of over 400 future leaders and role models across a variety of different industries and professions.  To celebrate the Rising Star Award’s fifth birthday, we are inviting you to nominate an amazing woman. The nominations process for all categories, our Rising Star Champions and Company...
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