Gillian is relatively new to the Civil Service but is making the most of her ambition and drive to make an impact already. She is clearly passionate about equality and we know she will go far!
Sunitha likes asking questions and that's probably what has led her to her working in the Government Digital Service. She is also a strong advocate for equality and explains the importance of equal representation of women in executive roles.
In addition to curating the 100 years, 100 women blog series, Vicky and I have organised an outreach event for year 9 and 10 students to help them understand the opportunities open to them when they study STEM subjects.
Kim comes from a military family and 2018 was an incredibly special year for them. Not only did it mark the centenary of some women getting the vote, it was also the centenary of the RAF, the year that the Army opened up all of their roles to women, and most importantly 2018 was the year Kim's daughter was born.
Sophie introduces us to her grandmother and her fascinating story of life after moving to the UK from Germany, including having to carry an alien's certificate and relinquishing her nationality.
Emma shares this incredibly moving account of discovering that the unusual symptoms she was exhibiting were due to the fact she carried XY chromosomes, those associated with being male. Read about Emma's story of courage, education and acceptance.
Read about the entrepreneurial and military women in Sarah's family, and who dropped tea on a famous pilot!
Sheila has collected a lot of titles over her life and is looking forward to possibly adding Dr to those titles, but more importantly to continue working under the title of Grandma.
Nikita is using her education and experience to help make the world a better, more equal place in her job as lead on faith and belief in the Civil Service.
Defra looks back at how the land army helped secure the vote and gave women a taste of new careers.
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