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WeAreTheCity and WeAreTechWomen are celebrating International Women’s Day by ellevating the voices of 100 incredible global women who #ChooseToChallenge.

Throughout March, we will be sharing the incredible words of these women and calling on our community to share their stories. We hope you will join us so we can amplify why we should all #ChooseToChallenge for gender equity.

Please share our videos, and contribute by adding your own video to your socials and tagging us in @watc_updates or @watc_wearetechwomen; Insta: Watc_HQ and by using the hashtag, #ChooseToChallenge100.

Click the images below to watch our participant’s amazing stories

Charly Young

Charly Young, CEO & Co-Founder, The Girls' Network

India Gary Martin

India Gary Martin, Entrepreneur, Speaker, Coach & Advisor, Leadership For Execs

Heather Melville

Heather Melville OBE, Director & Head of Client Experience, PwC & Chair, CMI Women

June Angelides, Early Stage Investor, Entrepreneur, Speaker & Advocate for the Rights of Working Mothers

Debbie Forster MBE, CEO, Tech Talent Charter

Dr Ambily Banerjee, Director, GSK

Ann Francke speaking at the WIBF dinner

Ann Francke OBE, CEO, Chartered Management Institute


Jacqueline de Rojas CBE, President, techUK

Rosie Nixon

Rosie Nixon | Editor in Chief, HELLO! Magazine

HELLO!’s editor in chief Rosie was named Editor of the Year (entertainment and celebrity) by the British Society of Magazine Editors in 2017. She is the author of three novels The Stylist – which is currently in development as a Hollywood movie – and Amber Green Takes Manhattan, with Just Between Friends being published in November 2020. Rosie is ambassador for charity Safe Hands For Mothers, and when she’s not glued to online news sites, social media or reading copy for the magazine, she can be found entertaining her two young children.

Didem Un Ates

Didem Un Ates, Managing Director, Data & AI, Europe, Accenture

Charlie Webster featured

Charlie Webster, Broadcaster, Sports Journalist & Women’s Aid Ambassador

Professor Sue Black OBE, Professor of Computer Science & Technology Evangelist

Amali De Alwis

Amali de Alwis MBE, UK Managing Director, Microsoft for Startups

Dianne Greyson, Director, Equilibrium Mediation Consulting, Thought Leader, Author, Mediator, Coach – Founder #EthnicityPayGap​ Campaign

Bee Rowlatt featured

Bee Rowlatt, Writer, Journalist & Producer, writer-y events

Viv Groskop featured

Viv Groskop, Author, Comedian & Podcaster

Rachel Peru featured

Rachel Peru, Confidence Activist, Model & Host, Out of the Bubble Podcast

June Sarpong

June Sarpong OBE | TV Presenter, Diversity Expert & Award-Winning Author


June has enjoyed a 20‐year career, in which she has become one of the most recognisable faces of British television. June began her career at Kiss 100 and later became a presenter for MTV UK & Ireland. It was when she started on Channel 4’s T4 that she became a household name. June hosted 2005’s Make Poverty History event and presented at the UK leg of Live Earth in 2007. In 2008 she hosted Nelson Mandela’s 90th birthday celebrations in front of 30,000 people in London’s Hyde Park. June has also interviewed and introduced some of the world’s biggest names including HRH Prince of Wales, Bill Clinton, Al Gore and George Clooney.

She has worked extensively with HRH Prince Charles as an ambassador for the Prince’s Trust, whilst campaigning for The One and Produce (RED). June was awarded an MBE in 2007 for her services to broadcasting and charity, making her one of the youngest people ever to receive an MBE. June was later awarded an OBE in the 2020 New Years’ Honours List.

June is the co‐founder of the WIE Network (Women: Inspiration & Enterprise). This acclaimed conference has featured leading speakers including Sarah Brown, Melinda Gates, Arianna Huffington, Donna Karan, Queen Rania, Nancy Pelosi and Iman.

After living in America for eight years, June moved back to the UK in 2015, and is now a regular panellist on Sky News’ weekly current affairs discussion show, The Pledge.

June is also an author of three award winning books; ‘Diversify: Six Degrees of Integration’, ‘The Power of Women’ and ‘The Power of Privilege’.

Kerrie Dorman

Kerrie Dorman, Founder, The Association of Business Mentors

Joanne Monck

Joanne Monck OBE, Stonewall Schools Role Model, National Diversity Mentor & Hate Crime Ambassador, Sussex Police

Sonya Barlow

Sonya Barlow, Founder, Like Minded Females

Carol Stewart featured

Carol Stewart, Executive & Career Coach, Author & Founder, Abounding Solutions

Dr Suzanne Doyle Morris

Dr Suzanne Doyle-Morris, Founder & CEO of Inclusiq

Anuranjita Kumar, Partner, IndusCap Ventures and Founder & CEO, WiT India

Penny Triantafillou, Business Development Manager, Warwick Business School

Abiola Bello, Author, Publishing Entrepreneur, Founder, The Lil’ Author School & Co-founder, Hashtag BLAK

Andrea McLean

Andrea McLean | Broadcaster, Author & Co-Founder, This Girl Is On Fire

Andrea was born in Scotland and grew up in the Caribbean. After moving to England, Andrea finished her education before moving to London with everything she owned in the back of her car and slept on floors to pursue her dream of becoming a journalist.

Her persistence paid off. Andrea is now a #1 Sunday Times Best-Selling author. Her latest Sunday Times Best Seller: This Girl Is On Fire: How To Live, Learn and Thrive in a Life You Love is available now.

Her previous books are: Confessions of a Good Girl, and Confessions of a Menopausal Woman.

She is also an award-winning TV broadcaster, journalist, radio presenter and CEO and co-founder of the female empowerment site www.thisgirlisonfire.com – Andrea’s mission is to empower 100 million women around the world to live, learn and thrive in a life they love.

In Andrea’s 26-year career as a broadcaster she has interviewed some of the biggest names in the business, including Oprah Winfrey, Beyoncé, Drew Barrymore, Will Smith, Dustin Hoffman and Amy Schumer. Working alongside stellar guest panellists such as Goldie Hawn and Eva Longoria, Andrea has hosted ITV’s ratings and multi award-winning live Daytime chat show Loose Women (Britain’s version of the US show The View) since 2007, bringing her warmth, humour and journalistic skill to the small screen every lunchtime.

Andrea has written for many publications including The Daily Mail, The Mirror, Woman & Home, Woman, Red, Heath & Wellbeing and Surrey Life.


Sheree Atcheson, Global Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Leader

Harriet Minter

Harriet Minter, Journalist, Author & Coach

Amanda Brock featured

Amanda Brock, CEO, OpenUK

Athena Lamnisos

Athena Lamnisos, CEO, The Eve Appeal

Bianca Miller-Cole, Founder & CEO, The Be Group

Fiona Hathorn

Fiona Hathorn, CEO, Women on Boards UK

Dr Diahanne Rhiney, MD, Diahanne Rhiney, Ambassador of change, Global Champion of Women

Mimi Harker OBE

Mimi Harker OBE, Presenter, Speaker, Trainer & Founder, Bucks BAME Network

Deborah James

Deborah James | Campaigner, Broadcaster, Writer & Podcaster

Deborah James was diagnosed with stage 4 bowel cancer in 2016, when she was just 35 years old. Since then she’s had more than 15 tumours removed and countless rounds of chemotherapy, but continues to live her life to the fullest, while also undergoing treatment. She helps to raise important awareness of bowel cancer especially in people under 50 – and supports the work of charities like Bowel Cancer UK.

Deborah first started a blog, ‘bowel babe’, about her experience of being a young woman and mum living with the disease, which then became the award-winning, weekly column Things Cancer Made Me Say in The Sun Online. She’s an author of the best-selling book, F*** You Cancer: How to face the big C, live your life and still be yourself, and her second book will be published later this year, titled How to live when you could be dead.

She also presents the chart-topping podcasts ‘You, Me & the Big C’ for BBC’s Radio 5 Live and ‘The Good Stuff’, which she hosts with her children. She presented BBC Panaroma’s Britain’s Cancer Crisis last year, highlighting the impact of COVID-19 on cancer patients, and regularly appears on national television campaigning for improved treatment for people with advanced bowel cancer.

Ross Baker, VP of Sales, Trend Micro UK

Mary Agbesanwa

Mary Agbesanwa, Management Consultant, PwC & Founder, Now You're Talking Network

Liz Grant OBE, Director, Fantail Business Development

Jo Massey featured

Jo Massey, Account Director, BAE Systems Applied Intelligence

Lisa Goodchild

Lisa Goodchild, Founder, Digilearning

Faith Ruto

Faith Ruto, Leadership Coach, International Speaker & Founding Director, Transformation21st Ltd

Ruth Cooper-Dickson

Ruth Cooper-Dickson, Founder & Managing Director, CHAMPS

Dr Maggie Semple OBE, Founder, Maggie Semple Limited & Co-Founder, I-Cubed Group

Helen Pankhurst CBE | Writer, Women’s Rights Activist & International Development Advisor for CARE International

Helen Pankhurst CBE is an author and a women’s rights activist and international development practitioner. Helen is a Senior Advisor for CARE International. She previously worked for other international development charities including WaterAid, Womankind Worldwide and ACORD. She is currently a Trustee of ActionAid.

The great-granddaughter of Emmeline Pankhurst and granddaughter of Sylvia Pankhurst, leaders of the British suffragette movement, Helen carries on the legacy. This includes undertaking re-enactment work for current-day awareness-raising including at the Opening Ceremony of the 2012 London Olympics, the 2015 film Suffragette, leading CARE International’s annual #March4Women event ahead of or on International Women’s Day in London and convening the Centenary Action Group and convenes the Greater Manchester focused GM4Women 2028. She has worked with the composer Lucy Pankhurst, on the lyrics of the Emmeline Anthem commissioned by BBC Radio 3 and in 2018 published the book: Deeds Not Words, the Story of Women’s Rights, Then and Now.

Helen Wilson, Global Chief Experience Officer - Customer Experience and Channel Performance at Ipsos

Jenny Garrett OBE, Executive Coach, Leadership Development Specialist, Keynote Speaker & Board Advisor

Julia Lalla Maharajh OBE

Julia Lalla-Maharajh OBE, Founder & Ambassador, Orchid Project

Jung McCann featured

Jung McCann, General Counsel, Druva

Justina Blair, Digital Innovation Technology Apprentice, NatWest

Lavinia Osbourne, Founder & Host, Women in Blockchain Talks

Susie Ramroop

Susie Ramroop, Mindset Coach, Speaker & Author, Be the Leader You Want to See

Laure Vernier, Deputy Director Summit series, BloombergNEF

Jacqueline Gold

Jacqueline Gold CBE | CEO, Ann Summers

Jacqueline Gold CBE is chief executive of Ann Summers and Knickerbox and is renowned for managing a company run by women, for women.

She began her career at 21 when she started working for her father’s company, Ann Summers. As she learnt more about the Ann Summers of the 1970s she saw the potential to change the focus of the business and create a business and brand which focused on women and would allow women to browse and shop for lingerie and sex toys in a safe, female friendly environment.

Jacqueline has made Ann Summers the profitable success it is today through hard work, determination and a belief in a concept that had never been seen before. With no formal business training, Jacqueline ascribes her success to understanding women, good instincts and always listening to her customer.


Mivy James, Digital Transformation Director, BAE Systems Applied Intelligence

Paula Rhone-Adrien

Paula Rhone-Adrien, Family Law Barrister

Desiree Clarke-Noble

Desiree Clarke-Noble, Managing Director, Head of Brand and Marketing, Europe and Asia-Pacific at RBC Capital Markets

Sonia Dorais

Sonia Dorais, CEO, Chaser

Tobi Asare featured

Tobi Asare, Founder, My Bump Pay

Theresa Palmer

Theresa Palmer, Global Head of Diversity & Inclusion, BAE Systems Applied Intelligence

Melanie Eusebe, Chair & Co-Founder, Black British Business Awards

Tamara Box

Tamara Box, Managing Partner EME, Reed Smith

Catherine Mayer

Catherine Mayer | Author & Co-Founder of the Women’s Equality Party and Primadonna Festival

Catherine Mayer is a writer, activist, speaker and the co-founder and President of the Women’s Equality Party. She co-founded the Primadonna Festival, which had its debut in 2019. She was the founding Executive Director of the think tank Datum Future and writes and consults on the impact of data-driven technologies. She has written four books: Amortality: The Pleasures and Perils of Living Agelessly (2011), Charles: The Heart of a King (hardback 2015, paperback 2016), Attack of the Fifty Foot Women : How Gender Equality Can Save the World! (March 2017, paperback Feb 2018) and, with her mother Anne Mayer Bird, Good Grief: Embracing Life at a Time of Death (Dec 2020).

She started her career in journalism at The Economist, went on to hold deputy editorships at Business Traveller and International Management magazines and contributed regularly to the German edition of Forbes. For 11 years she worked as a London-based correspondent for the German news weekly, FOCUS. In 2004, she joined TIME as a senior editor, and later became London Bureau Chief, Europe Editor and, finally, Editor at Large. 

Her political biography of Prince Charles, a Sunday Times top 10 bestseller, made headlines across the world when it was published in February 2015.

The following month she proposed the idea of the Women’s Equality Party at the Southbank Centre, during the WOW-Women of the World-Festival, and agreed with Sandi Toksvig to co-found the party.  

In July 2017 she launched a lawsuit against TIME for sex and age discrimination. In 2018 she confirmed its “amicable resolution”.

Catherine frequently appears on broadcast media and at live events. She performs one-woman shows and with Grayson Perry staged “Hello Boys” at the Bridge Theatre in 2018. Her show Catherine Mayer:FFS toured in 2019. She was the lead candidate in London for the Women’s Equality Party in the European elections. She served as the elected President of the Foreign Press Association in London from 2003-2005. She is on the founding committee of WOW. She served as a trustee of the National Migraine Centre. She was a judge for the 2018 Women’s Prize for Fiction.

Katherine Loe

Katherine Loe, Executive Director, Morgan Stanley

Caroline Graham, Head of Legal External Engagement, Barclays

Tracey Groves

Tracey Groves, CEO & Founder, Intelligent Ethics

Dr Jummy Okoya, Leadership Consultant, Wellbeing Psychologist, D&I expert, Speaker, Associate Programme Director

Camila Cruz Durlacher, Head of Corporate Research Laboratories in EMEA, 3M

Sajna Rahman featured

Sajna Rahman, Breakthrough Performance Coach, International Speaker & Co-Founder, Tomorrow Meets Today

Julia Streets, Founder & CEO, Streets Consulting

Sonia Meggie

Sonia Meggie, Diversity & Inclusion Manager, Bloomberg & Founder, Inspirational YOU

Jess Phillips | Labour MP for Birmingham Yardley

Jess Phillips is the Labour MP for Birmingham Yardley and Shadow Minister for Domestic Violence and Safeguarding.

In 2012, she was asked if she would consider being a local councillor, which she agreed to. She was selected to contest for Birmingham Yardley the following year. In 2012 she was elected as a Labour councillor for Longbridge ward and was appointed as the victims champion for Birmingham City Council, lobbying police and criminal justice organisations on behalf of victims.

She became the Member of Parliament (MP) for the constituency of Birmingham Yardley at the 2015 general election.

As an outspoken MP on women’s rights she became chair of the Women’s Parliamentary Labour Party in September 2016 and in February 2017, Phillips’ first book, Everywoman, One Woman’s Truth About Speaking the Truth, was published by Penguin Books.

Rav Bumbra, Founder, Cajigo & Structur3dpeople

Kerstin Unverhau, Team Lead R&D, Senior Specialist for Pressure Sensitive Adhesives, 3M

Mia Forbes Pirie

Mia Forbes Pirie, Mediator, Facilitator & Coach

Linda Triangolo

Linda Triangolo, Global Alumni Relationship Officer, Warwick Business School

Nancy Rowe, Inclusion & Diversity Council Co-Chair, BIMA and Inclusion & Diversity Lead, EMEA, Publicis Sapient

Pavita Cooper

Pavita Cooper, Founder, More Difference

Carol-Ann Whitehead

Carol Ann Whitehead, Fellow, The Royal Society of Arts, Global Goodwill Ambassador & Managing Director, The Zebra Partnership

Michelle de Klerk

Michelle de Klerk, Founder, The Women’s Chapter

Dr Shola Mos Shogbamimu | Lawyer, Activist, Founder of Women in Leadership Publication, Social Entrepreneur & Author


Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu is a New York Attorney and Solicitor of England & Wales with broad expertise in the financial services industry, an author, public speaker and political commentator featured in mainstream and online media. A political & women’s rights activist, she also teaches intersectional feminism to female refugees and asylum seekers; scrutinizes government policies from a gender and diversity inclusion perspective; and co-organises women’s marches and social campaigns. She founded the Women in Leadership publication as a platform to drive positive change on topical issues that impact women globally through inspiring personal leadership journeys and established She@LawTalks to promote women & BAME leadership in the legal profession through universities and secondary schools. She is also the Co-Chair of the American Bar Association Africa committee. An academic enthusiast, she has anExecutive MBA (Cambridge); PhD(Birkbeck); LLM (London School of Economics & Political Science); MA (Westminster) and LLB Hons (Buckingham University).

Hira Ali

Hira Ali, Author, Writer, Speaker, Executive Career Coach, Leadership Trainer & Chief Executive Officer, Advancing Your Potential

Karen Penney

Karen Penney, Vice President, UK Payments Products, Western Union Business Solutions

Samantha Gould, Head of PR and Campaigns, Now Pensions

Clair Heaviside

Clair Heaviside, Co-Founder & Creative Director, Serotonin

Deborah O'Neill

Deborah O'Neill, Head of UK Digital, Partner, Oliver Wyman

Kellie McCord

Kellie McCord, Founder, Kellie's Tutoring

Irini Tzortzoglou

Irini Tzortzoglou, Masterchef Winner and Author

Prelini Udayan-Chiechi, SVP Global Field Marketing at Zendesk

Celia Pool, Co-Founder, DAME

Harriet Waley-Cohen

Harriet Waley-Cohen, Women's Leadership Coach & Multi Award-Winning Speaker

Janey Lee Grace, Author, BBC Radio Presenter & Founder, The Sober Club

Justine Lutterodt

Justine Lutterodt, Director of the Centre for Synchronous Leadership

Sophie Walker | Chief Strategy Officer, McAllister Olivarius & Co-Founder, The Activate Collective

Sophie Walker spent twenty years at Reuters as an international journalist and news editor. After a long and trying journey supporting her elder daughter through a diagnosis of autism, she started campaigning for disability rights, particularly those of girls on the autism spectrum, for Ambitious About Autism, Include Me TOO and the National Autistic Society. In 2015, she helped to create the Women’s Equality Party, Britain’s first feminist political party, which she led and grew into a movement of thousands across the UK. Sophie ran for London Mayor in 2016, and in 2017 stood for election to Westminster, campaigning for equal pay, affordable childcare and an end to violence against women. She was named by Vogue in 2018 as one of the ‘New Suffragettes.’ She is now co-director of Activate Collective, a fund to support female community activists to run for political office and Chief Strategy Officer at McAllister Olivarius.

Sophia Andeh featured

Sophia Andeh, Coach & Founder, Butterfly and Beyond

Maya Welford

Maya Welford, Global Wellbeing Manager, Barclays

Anna Lewis

Anna Lewis, Senior Director of Marketing, EMEA at Cloudera

Mia Vallely

Mia Vallely, Student, University of Nottingham

Sally Anne Gross featured

Sally Anne Gross, Music Consultant, Author, Academic & Artist Manager

Sophie Amono, Founder of Stuffs and BIMA Inclusion & Diversity Council member

Tribeni Chougule

Heather Shore, CEO, Women of HERstory podcast & Joseph Ortiz, COO, Women of HERstory podcast

Comedian, Writer, Podcaster, The Guilty Feminist

Deborah Francis-White | Comedian, Writer, Podcaster, The Guilty Feminist

Deborah Frances-White is a stand-up comedian, podcaster, screenwriter and corporate speaker. 

Deborah’s background as an improviser, her quick wit and her warm and friendly style combined with her passion for justice, fairness and inclusion make her a formidable comedian. Her hour-long shows Cult Following and Half a Can of Worms were turned into a BBC Radio 4 comedy series for which she won the Writers’ Guild Award. You may have seen her on Have I Got News For You or seen the film Say My Name which she wrote.

Deborah is the creator and host of various podcasts, including the hugely successful Guilty Feminist and GrownUpLand which she co-created for BBC Radio 4. Deborah’s first podcast and the thing she is most well known for is The Guilty Feminist. Started in late 2015 with Sofie Hagen (who has since left the project), episodes are now recorded in major venues including the London Palladium, the Barbican Hall and the Coliseum as well as around the country.

Pauline Potter, Senior Manager, Efficio Consulting

Lynne Parker

Lynne Parker, Founder, Funny Women

Sarah Chapman

Sarah Chapman, EMEA Technical Manager, 3M

Jan Carlyle

Jan Carlyle, Community Lead South, BIMA

Lisa Oreland Murby, Nordic Sales Director and Nordic Leader, Informatica

Mathilde le Taillandier, VP of EMEA/ LATAM Marketing, Informatica

Natalie Trice featured

Natalie Trice, Award-winning business and career coach for PR professionals

Zoe Guiraudon Calleja

Zoe Guiraudon Calleja, Principal Designer, Foolproof

Claire Cohen

Claire Cohen | Women’s Editor, The Telegraph

Claire is an editor and columnist on the Telegraph. She heads up the Telegraph Women online channel and is Associate Features Editor on the newspaper. Claire is also a commentator for the BBC, Sky News and LBC, as well as a public speaker and panel host. She writes a weekly newsletter – The 51 Per Cent – filled with opinion and insight into the talking points of the moment.

Bozena Jankowska

Bozena Jankowska, Womenswear Designer

Hannah Fowler, Global Operations Director (EMEA and Internal Operations), Globalization Partners

Jessica Heagren featured

Jessica Heagren, Founder & CEO, That Works For Me

Sara Earnshaw

Sara Earnshaw, Director, Data Solutions Success EMEA and President of Salesforce Women's Network UK

Nancy Searle

Nancy Searle, Head of Credit, RBC Wealth Management International

Katy McMinn, Founder, Task HR & Co-Founder, HR Independents Limited

Nathalie Richards, CEO & Founder, EduKit

Christina Athanasiou, Sales Operations Team Leader, Advanced & Founder, The Advanced Women’s Network

Liv Cooke

Liv Cooke | Freestyle Football World Champion

Liv Cooke is a British professional football freestyler, current five-time world record holder, and former freestyle world champion. She is a BBC sports presenter and UEFA ambassador, who has previously been awarded the Parliamentary Rising Star and Woman of the Future awards.

Since becoming a professional freestyler, Cooke has diversified her career through social media and TV, ambassadorial roles, and founding several companies.

Her work has included performing at Qatar’s national sports day, becoming an ambassador for the UEFA ‘We Play Strong’ initiative designed to get more girls into football, and touring Australia to inspire children to get active. Commercially, Cooke has featured in a Channel 4 TV commercial, a number of Adidas commercials, and a LIDL advert. In addition, she has appeared on a number of TV shows including Match of the Day, Soccer AM, BBC and Fox Soccer News


Priya Bajoria, Senior Vice President, Financial Services, Publicis Sapient

Livia Benisty, Global Head of AML, Banking Circle


Samantha Humphries, Head of Security Strategy EMEA, Exabeam

Sherry Lowe

Sherry Lowe, Chief Marketing Officer, Exabeam

Aishling Finnegan

Aishling Finnegan, Digital Transformation Officer, Conga

Amy Nordness

Amy Nordness, Chief People Officer, iManage

Tinaz Kumana

Tinaz Mehta, Founder, Tinzi's

Kelsey Hones

Kelsey Hones, Senior Strategy Director, B+A

Georgia Christley

Georgia Christley, PR Account Manager, Carnsight Communications

Kate Emery-James, Sales Director, Trend Micro

Fiona Matheson

Fiona Matheson, Artist

Fiona Francois, President of Sales Operations & Integration, InvestCloud

Georgina Calvert-Lee, Equality & Employment Lawyer, Head of UK Practice, McAllister Olivarius

Laura Whitehead

Laura Whitehead, Director of Brand and Advocacy, iManage

Susan Heaton Wright

Susan Heaton-Wright, Virtual Impact, Communications & Speaking Expert, Coach, Mentor & Superstar Communicator

Alice Keil

Alice Keil, Solutions Consultant, Advanced

Samantha Madrid, VP Product Management, Security Business & Strategy, Juniper Networks

Shilpa Panchmatia

Shilpa Panchmatia, Enterprise Client Engagement Partner, Foolproof

Gemma Moore, Founder & Director, Cyberis

Stephanie Vaughan, Global Legal Practice Director, iManage RAVN

Wendy Gannaway, Co-director & Chief Performance Officer, Genius Learning

Laura Crawford

Laura Crawford, Founder, MAMA Bamboo

Donna Cooper

Donna Cooper, Global Marketing Director at WhereScape

Mini Biswas, Pre-Sales Manager, Node4

Maryon Stewart

Maryon Stewart, Healthcare expert & Pioneer of the Natural Menopause Movement

Taz Thornton

Taz Thornton, Author, Speaker and Business Coach

Nicola Strange

Nicola Strange, Senior Consultant, B+A


Salma Zulfiqar, International Artist and Women's Rights Activist