supported by Helen Hayes MP
Masterclass for teenage girls
Girl’s talk: Letter to my 15 year old self
House of Commons
Tuesday 24th March 2020 – 5.00pm – 7.00pm
Doors 5pm (Please note – 5.15pm prompt start)
Girl’s talk: Letter to my 15 year old self is a showcase of diverse leadership and support for young womxn
The panel will focus on the career paths of girls who come from diverse and disadvantaged backgrounds.
They will discuss working in competitive professions, climbing the ladder, succeeding in business, managing their well-being and growing up as a teenager.
The event is for year 10 + young women (aged 14-16) only: This is a fantastic opportunity to meet established and respected leaders, to network and gain tips, which may well give you the competitive edge.
Caroline Hussey-Baine – Head of International Council, Tate
Becky Fatemi – CEO of Rokstone Estate Agents & Shadow to shine youth organisation
Damaria Rex-Taylor, Director of Marketing, Sony Music
Dr Israa Siddig, Obstetrician & Gynaecologist, King’s College Hospital NHS Trust
Jay Davidson, Senior Exec Producer, BBC
Helen Hayes MP, West Norwood & Dulwich
Hannah – Facebook
Moderator: Nicola Taylor-Brown, Lecturer & PhD researcher
- Improving employment opportunities
- Progressing and succeeding academically
- What is it like in your industry?
- How do they balance their career, personal life and well-being?
- The importance of a mentor and sponsor in your career
- Read their letter to their 15 year old self
“When women and girls are educated, they’re more likely to make informed choices and secure employment. It’s also important that the education women and girls receive is free from bias and limitation. Women educators and their participation in leadership and decision making through to the highest levels, are also key to equality in education.” IWD website
5.00 – 5.15 Guests seated for discussion
5.15 – 5.45 Welcome, introduction
5.45 – 6.45 Student & panel Q&A
6.45 – 7.00 Close and depart
Access to the House of Commons is via Cromwell Green Visitors Entrance on St. Margaret Street
Please allow 20-30 minutes for airport-type security to enter the House of Commons
The event will take place in Committee Room 14
Please note that no food or drink is allowed in any of the Committee Rooms although delegates may take in bottled water
Please let us know of any special requirements, including any assisted access needs to the House of Commons
Register for your place here http://bit.ly/IYGIRLSHOC
Tickets will be released in March
E: info (at) inspirationalyou.co.uk
T: 07545 156 111