San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Workshops for Women presents ‘It’s a Man’s World’: an evening of TED-style talks by inspiring women working in male-dominated industries. With women from industries ranging from Television to Fitness, Science, Church and Politics, Workshops for Women offers you a rare insight into the world of today’s leading ladies. Come along to find out what each speaker’s journey was and how they find being a woman in a ‘man’s world’. Including talks from...
Kate Green OBE, Labour MP for Stretford & Urmston and former Shadow Minister for Women and Equalities and Disabled People. Learn more about Kate on our blog.
Tayo Adebowale, Environmental Scientist
Rev Dr Kim Wasey, Anglican Chaplain to Salford University
Esther Jackson-Burton, Media Graduate working in Children's TV and founder of the podcast Vulva La Revolution
Michelle Brookes, Personal Trainer and Founder & Director of Desired Physique
Talks will be followed by a panel discussion in which you will be given a chance to ask speakers questions.
For more information on Workshops for Women go to workshopsforwomen.co.uk
Bridge 5 Mill is just a 15 minute walk from Picadilly Station. For more info on how to get their go to http://www.merci.org.uk/drupal/visiting
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Workshops for Women Ltd.
Workshops for Women is a female-run, female-focused business that delivers bespoke workshops and events for all people (not just women!) in order to enhance skills and quality of life for those involved. We want to create a method to reach out and empower, enable, and encourage women and men to support themselves and each other and to bring ‘female’ issues into the mainstream. We want to allow women to talk about how they feel about themselves and their bodies and to help their self-esteem grow positively. We want girls and boys to talk about sex and consent and what is and isn’t ok. We want to get businesses talking about periods and reproductive health and how it affects the way women work. We want women to feel that their employees, colleagues, and friends support them. We want to make the workplace, schools, and society a better place for everyone by making it a better place for women.