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International Women's Day: Mentoring Event

Tuesday 10th March 2015, 6.30pm (doors open at 6.00pm)
Crypt of St Paul's Cathedral, London

We would like to invite you to join us for a special event held to celebrate International Women's Day 2015.

St Paul's Institute, in partnership with Girls Talk London, is hosting a mentoring event for young women aged 16 - 24 that will bring them into discussion with professionals from throughout the City. This event will provide a chance for aspiring women to hear more about their professions of interest, whilst also forging connections and receiving the intergenerational wisdom that is key to promoting a more meaningful relationship to work founded on professional integrity.

The event will begin with a keynote speech from Hemione Hudson, Senior Partner at PwC who will be talking about this year's theme for International Women's Day 'Make it Happen'.

Following this there will be a speed mentoring session where mentors will be seated on tables around the crypt area of the Cathedral. The audience will carousel around the tables having the chance to speak and network with women from many different industries to ask them for advice and find out about their career and life journey.

Our mentors for the evening are:

Hemione Hudson 
 Senior Partner at PwC
Rachel Bentley - Director at PwC
The Revd Canon Tricia Hillas - Canon Pastor of St Paul's Cathedral
Donna McDowell - Head of Schools & Families, St Paul's Cathedral

Sarah Johnson - Senior School Teacher, Highgate School
Manjinder Tiwana - Lawyer at Weil
Catherine Gurney - Associate at Weil

Lorraine Wright - Director at UBS Bank
Ronke Oke - Founder of Emi and Ben/Bread & Butter PR
Pilar Nalwimba - Owner of My Social Media PA
Annika Allen - Entrepreneur/Journalist
Afua Adom - Features Editor for Pride Magazine and Producer for Arise TV


Spaces for this free event are done by application and very limited.  For more information on how to register, please visit the Girls Talk London website here.  The deadline to apply is Friday 27th February 2015.