Meet former scientist Harriet's wonderful grandmothers - one fiercely intelligent and thrifty, the other a Bletchley Park heroine!
International Women’s Day speaker and Oxford graduate Amrit takes us on the journey of how three incredible Asian women have inspired her career.
Emma shares with us the the very different yet entirely inspirational lives of both of her grandmothers. She also tells us about the varied roles she's enjoyed in the Civil service, an organisation that she believes is helping support women in achieving varied and rewarding careers.
Helen tells us about her experiences living in a religiously- divided Northern Ireland, her important role ensuring care for young families, and her hardworking grandmother who left London for a quiet life with her family.
Elaina's gran celebrated passing her double honours in English and Philosophy in 1953 by driving a car across the university’s quad, prompting the erected bollards at the University of Nottingham! Initially favouring a more traditional family unit, Elaina's gran came to admire a modernised family structure and would likely feel pride at the progress made toward gender parity today.
Christine talks about how she moved from being a scientist in a lab coat in the 1980’s to an HR Director in 2018 - and gives her top tips for a rewarding career.
Our Royal Artillery Officer Steph has had an inspiring career, and it is fair to say she's lived and worked in some pretty incredible places! Rather brilliantly, her grandmother was also one of the first women to be ordained as a Priest in the Church of England!
Today's blog comes from Team Leader Alison, who has had an exceptional life and career. From the look of this entry, she also came to us from a good solid line of strong, inspiring and exceptional women!