WayfinderWoman have their very first patron! Helen Greaves Warren is well-known in Eastbourne being a highly talented artist, designer, publicity officer for Sussex Guild and teacher.
Our guest blogger is businesswoman Hilary Fraser.With her years of experience she has some great hints on something that can raise anxieties in all of us: networking.
Our guest blogger, Elizabeth, has a tale to tell which we all should heed about how one wrong decision can totally transform your life and work prospects. Some might find this too distressing but we believe it an important message to pass on.
WayfinderWoman is available for community talks in East Sussex, all year round, WI groups, Soroptomists, Lunch clubs etc. We offer talks about WayfinderWoman, the services we offer, as well as Heritage talks around our Women of Eastbourne exhibition, which was all about influential women in Eastbourne's past.
A Wonderful time was had at our Strictly Charleston fund raising event. The guests enjoyed good food and music, and had a good ole giggle learning the Charleston Dances, thanks to Yvonne Wright's School of Dance.
Quietly ensuring that no young woman misses her education because she has her period
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.
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