The Civil Service has become a family occupation for our Operational Research Analyst Vivienne, who enjoys the work/ life benefits the organisation has to offer.
Elizabeth is the first woman to serve as First Parliamentary Counsel. In this blog she talks about the other women breaking glass ceilings and some of the interesting views they came up against!
Ellie is one of those people who just does not stop. If she is not working to support Civil Service talent she is training for a marathon, running a brownie pack or organising the suffrage centenary relay. We really have no idea how she does it!
Jade attributes her feminist fire to the book 'Desert Flower: The Extraordinary Journey of A Desert Nomad’ and as she says, this fire has continued to blaze every since.
Tola is utterly dedicated to public service. When shes not working to support the most talented Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) colleagues become future leaders in the Civil Service, she is teaching netball in inner city schools and campaigning for it to become an Olympic sport.
Jan loves the fact that her job allows her to maximise on her passion for equality and fair play, whilst learning about other people and their cultures. She has also realised the value of her mums advice on the benefits of learning to type!
Charlotte is passionate about supporting others, no doubt a trait she has inherited from her mother and grandmother who were both actively involved in their local communities.
Kathryn argues that we all need to know who we are and what makes us tick. She clearly knows what motivates her and is using this to excel in her HR role.
Kirsten is leading the charge to celebrate 100 women in the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, and to encourage others to join in she has had to write the first blog first!
Julie was diagnosed with a rare condition in 2008 and this has changed her approach to life. She now grabs new opportunities with both hands but also makes opportunities for others in her role at the Job Centre.