Our guest blogger is Katie Day from RDPI. Katy has run a number of businesses in her career and is particularly keen to help women develop as leaders in their organisations. Katie has her own way of being inspired and is sharing that with us.
We took the Heritage project volunteers to London to see the new suffragette statue in Parliament Square and then a guided tour around the Women’s Library, which had its own suffrage exhibition.
As I'm sure you are aware, 2018 is the year we celebrate 100 years of a woman's right to vote. A change bought about by the staunch belief that women should have equal rights to men and whilst much has changed, there are still obstacles to overcome when it comes to the equality of women in society.
Wednesday May 9th saw us host a musical celebration of the centenary of votes for women at Christ Church in Eastbourne.
Our guest blog is from Shirley Wardell For many years Shirley has been working with teams on developing leadership skills and was one of the first people in the UK to embrace Nancy Klein's Thinking Environment approach to her work.
Our guest blogger is Jade Powers. She has spent a lifetime in music and theatre, both as a performer and director, travelling the world as a result. She has been involved for a number of years with the popular Sussex Dance Studios: her latest ventures being The Broadway Players and Jade Powers Entertainments.
Our guest blog comes from Beverley Thompson, former BBC Journalist and Presenter now Campaigns and Community Engagement Manager at Southern Water. For anyone who’s been demoralised by rejection, this is definitely a must read!
Our guest blogger Sarah Fox landed up as a speaker and as a construction solicitor as a happy result of the suggestions of a partner in her law firm who believed Sarah had the right skills before Sarah believed it. Alison was her boss, then friend, and they are still in touch today, although they haven’t worked together for over 10 years.
It's difficult to accept that one hundred years ago women had no say in who would rule their lives, who would write the laws, who would represent them at Parliament.
Women who's voices are not being heard in Eastbourne and Wealden will soon get help to change that thanks to funding from the Big Lottery Fund.
This is my first attempt at blogging, which is unusual as I always have a lot to say. Approximately six months ago, it was my good fortune to come across the inspirational team from WayfinderWoman.
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