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We are so excited to announce that our eleventh event of 2019, Women at the Top, will be celebrating the successes and journeys of two inspiring ladies who are leading the way and making sure that their voices are being heard.
The need for gender equality is widely accepted, yet just 5.5% of companies in the FTSE 100 and S&P 500 are led by women.
To help us understand this more our speakers will be sharing with us their stories of success and setbacks, the obstacles they faced while climbing to the top of the ladder, how they feel equality is being addressed and their thoughts on the future landscape for women in leadership.
Expect thought provoking, inspiring levels to be maxed out!
What will your ticket include:
– an informal night to chat, meet and mingle with like-minded women
– interactive talks from inspirational female leaders
– the chance to ask any questions in the Q&A section of the evening
– welcome drink at the bar
– yummy treats
– the chance to mingle with speakers and attendees
– chance to win some lovely prizes from local businesses
– browse some local businesses in the pop up market place.
Sophie Howe| Future Generations Commissioner for Wales
Sophie’s had a glowing and inspiring career beginning when she became the youngest Councillor in Wales, being elected at just 21.
She is now the Future Generations Commissioner for Wales, where she is tasked with ensuring progress against Wales’ ground-breaking and unique ‘Wellbeing of Future Generations’ legislation – acting as a guardian of the interests of future generations and to make sure that the government and other public bodies are applying the law. Prior to this, Sophie was the first Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner for South Wales where she led programmes to tackle violent crime and violence against women and girls.
Sophie has also served as a Government Special Adviser – providing policy and political advice on communities, local government, community safety, housing, regeneration and equality.
Louise is an amazing executive with a wealth of knowledge and experience in respect of Skills and Educational policy, pedagogy and engagement. Louise paves the way to facilitate educational innovation projects with a view to achieve transformational change. Louise has established joint ways of working with big brands and public and third sector organisations.
Louise has big plans to grow an international business reputation and bring business back to Wales, all whilst advising Welsh Government on International Strategy.
Louise acts as a mentor to new and emerging talent in the education, creative media and emerging technology sectors and is a member of the UK Tech Cluster Group, reporting to the DCMS ministers and the Cabinet Office.