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12:00 – 13:00 Registrations, lunch and facilitated networking
13:00 – 13:15 Founder's welcome (Ruth Shaw)
Addison Singers (All women jazz choir)
13:15 - 13:30 Warm up exercise (Didi Hopkins)
Chair's Introduction (Hilary Carty)
13:30 – 13:45 Opening speaker: Martine Wright, Paralympic athlete, on her personal journey of transformation
13:45 – 15:00 Session I: Transformational journeys – a series of personal journeys and perspectives on the universal journey through the 'seven ages of woman'.
Penny Johnson, Director of the Government Art Collection on the representation of the seven ages of women through works of art in the Collection.
Jane Cooper, Director of Communications, UNICEF UK, on the loss of childhood and what happens when girls lose out on their childhoods
Dannyella Glasgow, Kids Company, on the effect of Positive Experiences on adolescents.
Siobhan Benita, Independent London mayoral candidate, on the leap between Whitehall and Westminster
Katie Hodgson, former Shell GM and now Chair of Cruse Bereavement Care Richmond Branch, on moving from the commercial to the charitable sector, and why she puts passion before planning.
Joyce Cook, Managing Director of the Centre for Access to Football in Europe on the power of inclusion.
Lynne Franks, business women, author and broadcaster on the return of the wise woman
Hannah Foxley, on a transformational journey of a life-threatening illness.
15:00- 15:45 Break
15:45 -17:15 Livestreamed Session III: IQ & EQ – the space between our intellectual and emotional intelligence. Among the speakers will be:
National Geographic Explorer Elizabeth Lindsey and photographer Lisa Kristine on the wisdom of our elders
John Gerzema, on the Athena Doctrine — how women (and men who think like them) will rule the future
GIMP project, a dance troupe that shatters perceptions of the “disabled”
17-year-old Google Science Fair Grand Prize Winner Brittany Wenger
17:45- 18:45 Session III: - skills, tools and resources that help women break through barriers, cross thresholds or bridge gaps.
Anne Dickson, author of ‘A Woman in your Own Right’, on women and power.
Avril Millar, Managing Director, AM Consultants on why work is the new sex.
Suzanne Biegel, on investing for good
Sandra Hilton, Sheppard Moscow, on the importance of discovering, connecting with, and living your life purpose.
Amanda Ursell, Nutritionist, writer and journalist, a bite-sized guide to how great nutrition can help you to be the smartest, brightest and best you can be
Pia Jones, Founder, Silver Owl, on the Heroine’s Journey through transition
London City Singers, all-female acapella barbershop group will take us on an emotional musical journey.