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I am Mogul Finale: Black women share their lessons on finding your voice

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Thomson Reuters

30 South Colonnade

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E14 5EP

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Girls Talk London are partnering with some of your favourite brands to bring to you our very first 'I AM MOGUL POP UP FESTIVAL' a series of events to make sure you SLAY at work and in your personal lives.

We are excited to announce our finale event which is a collaboration between Girls Talk London, Nzinga Effect and Vine Creatives-hosted & supported by Thomson Reuters on Friday 24th November.

We will have an evening of storytelling and lessons-sharing across sectors and generations focusing on black women's diverse experiences and voices. We have an incredible panel who will be sharing the story of their own professional journey.

Hosted by Eliza Anyangwe, Founder of Nzinga Effect

Our Panel includes:

Patricia Lamour MBE, Educator and activist, @patricialamour

Patricia Lamour MBE is the CEO of Aspire Education Group and co-founder of the GEEDA network and consultancy (Gender Education and Enterprise Development for Africa). Patricia has co-developed independent and community centred schooling initiatives in England, Germany and Africa where she has taught in universities and multinational companies as well as improving and leading international and community based schools. Patricia is passionate about developing young female and male leaders of tomorrow and challenging inequalities by putting education first. She has been recently honoured by the Queen with an MBE award for her services to Diversity.

Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuff, Journalist, @charliebcuff

Charlie is a News and features writer, editor and creative with focuses on race, feminism, media, youth culture and social politics. She is the opinions editor at gal-dem, the weekend editor at Dazed and a Guardian freelancer. She works regularly for VICE and the Financial Times. Charlie is an Experienced panellist and speaker on radio and TV aswell as a Scott Trust Bursary alumnus and winner of the 2017 Georgina Henry Award for Innovation in Journalism.

Madeline McQueen, Executive coach, @madelinemcqueen

Madeline has a proven track record of success that spans over 20 years in coaching, consulting, hosting and speaking. She has worked with individuals and organisations to help them define their purpose, unlock the potential of their teams and take their organisation from strength to strength. She also runs Narratively Limited with her husband and business partner David McQueen where they help leaders to communicate effectively and grow. She is also the author of Close That Sale – 7 Steps to Close the Sale & Make More Money and a contributing author for Letters to a Young Generation 2.

Sophie Williams, Head of Production

Sophie Williams is a Head of Production who has worked at several of the biggest global advertising agencies including WPP, Dentsu Aegis and M&C Saatchi. During her time in advertising she has produced work for clients including Dyson, Rimmel and Ikea.

Sophie has guest lectured at Central School of Speech and Drama, focusing on encouraging students to produce work that is inclusive, and works hard to create hiring policies that encourage diversity and inclusion.

Sophie tries to take every opportunity to raise the voices of women, girls and other overlooked minority groups.


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Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

You must be aged 18 years and over to attend

What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Very limited parking in the Canary Wharf Shopping Centre which can be costly so we advise you take the tube or DLR and the nearest station is Canary Wharf

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Please email info@girlstalklondon.com

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