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International Women's Day Special: Gender Equality in the Workplace
Tue 7 March 2017, 18:00 – 21:00 GMT
On the 7th of March 2017, Koreo will host a special Good Women event to celebrate International Women’s Day (IWD).
The global theme of 2017’s IWD is #BeBoldForChange, calling people to “forge a better working world - a more gender inclusive world".
For our contribution to that agenda, we are partnering with DigitasLBi to host an event which which will bring together women from across the private, public and social sectors to explore gender equality at work.
The event, hosted in DigitasLBi's beautiful Brick Lane venue, will include speakers, the famous Good Women soapbox, and bags of time for neworking. Please join us for a wonderful evening of networking and debate with fellow Good Women.
If you would like to partner with us, or if you are interested to share your own story, please email Floree at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fern Miller, Chief Marketing Officer International at DigitasLBi
(Chair) Rachel Whale, Founder and CEO at Koreo
Dr Carol Easton OBE, CEO at Young Women’s Trust
Kathrine Maceratta, Global Brand Director in Digital Transformation for Home Care brands at Unilever
Rushanara Ali, Member of Parliament for Bethnal Green and Bow
Guy Pattison, CEO at Long Run Works & campaign lead at What Women Want 2.0
Alison Manning, Facilitator, trainer and coach & Regional Care Development Adviser at Motor Neurone Disease Association
Seyi Newell, Founder at This is my tribe
Meave Darroux, Chief Executive at Brilliant Women
Robyn Boosey, Regional Policy Officer at West and Central Africa Tearfund & Co-founder and co-director at IC change
Sara Allen, Founder at Furtherandmore
Nancy Rowe, Head of Insight at SapientRazorfish
Julia Whitney, Executive Coach and Leadership Team Coach, previously General Manager and Executive Creative Director at BBC
Chris Parry, Business coach at Complete Coherence
Sally King, Director at Menstrual matters
Ali Hanan, Founder & Director at Creative equals
Good Women is a free and open network for women - across sectors, organisations, professions and at different stages of life - interested in social and environmental change. Set up and hosted by Koreo, a talent consultancy dedicated to social change, the network's ambition is to inspire and mobilise female talent to address some of the pressing complex issues we face today. You can find out more about the network here.
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Our events are often oversubscribed and people dropout, so to ensure everyone has the chance to attend we will start taking £10 deposits to guarantee attendance. Rest assured we will continue offering great Good Women events completely FREE! The deposit will be returned the following day after the event or if you cancel at least 48 hours in advance.