This is a special Women in Journalism event kindly hosted by the Ambassador Theatre Group and we are throwing open the doors and the debate to many other similar networks - please come to what promises to be a fantastic and stimulating evening.
Where: Fortune Theatre, West End.
When: November 2, 2015
Times: Doors & bar open at 6.30
Panel starts: 7.30pm
Panel ends: 9.00pm
Theatre & bar close: 10.00pm
NOW Booking: £15 a ticket (subject to booking fees) - Book your tickets here
Do women want power, or are we ambivalent? Is centuries of conditioning to please and be liked holding us back? And are all women so conflicted, or just some? One hundred years after winning the vote and forty years after the Equal Pay Act, why are there still so few women making their way to the top? Join us for an evening of stimulating debate about how to really move the dial.
Keynote speaker: Sylvia Hewlett CEO of the Centre for Talent Innovation, one of Harvard Business Review's top ten thinkers and an authority on gender issues in the workplace.
Panel: Professor Dame Carol Black Principal of Newnham College Cambridge, a doctor and leading authority on health policy.
Rosemary Squire As Founder and joint CEO of the Ambassador Theatre Group, one of the biggest in the world, Rosemary is one of the most influential women in the profession
Caroline Kean is a partner in the leading law firm Wiggin LLP. As Head of Litigation, she is one of the top defamation lawyers in the UK.
Emma Barnettis Women’s Editor of the Daily Telegraph and heads up its Wonder Women online site. She is also a BBC Radio5Live presenter
Cristina Nicolotti Squireshas worked her way up through ITN over 21 years. She has spent most of her career at ITV News, and became editor of Channel 5 News in 2013.
The panel will be chaired by Eleanor Mills, editorial director of the Sunday Times and chair of Women in Journalism.