Parliament Street announces Women of Influence Conference

Parliament Street, one of the UK’s leading think tanks, is to host a major Women of Influence Conference in London.

The event, which will take place on Saturday January 21st at BPP Law School will include panel discussions and speeches from leading women in law, new media, politics and the technology industry.

Announcing the conference, Georgia Toffolo, Parliament Street’s Events Manager said, “This event is designed to bring together leading women from across a number of major industries to share insights and guidance and for delegates to learn about how they made it to the top.”

Confirmed panellists include:

10am – 11am – Women in PR

Shelley Facius, Vice-President, Women in PR

Rachel Aldighieri – Managing Director, Digital Marketing Association

 

11am-12pm – Women in Business

Sophie Fernandes – City of London, Common Councilman

Melanie V. Eusebe – Executive Producer, Women of the World

Helen McCarthy – Vice-President and Chief Compliance Officer, State Street

 

12pm – 1pm – LUNCH

 

1pm-2pm – Women in Public Affairs

Laura Sainsbury, Women in Public Affairs

Claire George-Hilley – Director at HARDHAT

Noita Sadler – Public Affairs Manager, London School of Economics

 

2pm-3pm – Women in Law

Anne Riley – Shell, Head of Anti-Trust

Lucy Colter- Head of Diversity & Equalities Committee, Commercial Bar Association

Judy Khan QC – Leading Criminal Defence Silk

 

3pm-4pm –Women in Tech

Bindi Karia – Former Vice-President, Silicon Valley Bank

Maya Ross – Board Member, DevelopHer

 

4pm – 5pm – Women in Media

Amber de Bolton – Deputy Head of Politics, Sky News

Anne Alexander – Political Producer, ITV Daybreak

Sam Taylor – Editor, The Lady

 

5pm -5:30pm -BREAK

 

5:30pm -6pm – Women in Healthcare

 

 

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