Tu-linh worked with Speedo International to develop and lead a global campaign for the Olympics.
Diane is passionate about learning, experienced in Photoshop and has a super creative flair for art.
One of Lucy’s key achievements is rebuilding the brand reputation of Ugg via a new creative approach to storytelling.
A comfortable leader who puts total faith in her team, Christine will train, promote and defend the people she hires.
Claire’s shots captured the beauty of the day so naturally, so effortlessly, they became the ones her friends put on their mantelpiece.
Andrea has lived enough to know what is that sparks joy and she is channeling that through her efforts to be a mentor.
Antonya finds a lot of joy and satisfaction in building bridges; developing trust between parties with very different expectations.
Daisy really wants to make a difference towards cultural diversity through community-led projects.
You get the sense that Debbi is one of life’s good people. She puts back into society, using her education to make life better.
Dina is fantastically optimistic and grew up with the saying ‘Live to see a better tomorrow’.
Honest and knowledgeable, Anna has spent a large part of her career leading people down life-changing paths.
Esra’s tenacious, empathetic spirit makes her an ideal mentor and guide. Not to mention a huge asset to everyone around her.
Having run two companies based around immigration and mentoring, Eugy has a fierce entrepreneurial spirit.
With experience in numerous industries, Heidi will be invaluable in any role she chooses to take on.
Isabel’s focus is championing and supporting self-led, marginalised and under-represented creatives.
Juline is able to offer her clients the space to discuss difficult topics — clients who are “stuck” or uncertain.
Lorna has won two awards for her work: the Small Business Sunday award and the ‘WOW’ Women on Wednesday award.
“Stand up for children. For what you believe in. If you see a a gap and you believe you can fill it, then go ahead – do something – don’t waste time waiting.”
For more than 9 years, Melissa’s small crew has happily worked remotely. “Women just get on with it.”
Paularene would say creativity and a natural marketing instinct is at her core.
New paths, new responsibilities, new roles… Ruth Brown is raring to go!
After 10 years of being freelance, the woman who lives for adventure is itching to get back into agency life.
Tina’s innate curiosity for life and people lead her to become a published author, writer, editor and broadcaster.
A lively individual who refuses to accept the sort of jobs society has earmarked for her.
By 25 Sarah was already running her own Market Research Consultancy, supporting Microsoft, Yahoo, etc.
After a decade in the ad business, Sandra started a family and took on a teaching role in advertising at New York University.
At 21, Victoria found herself presenting strategies to the board of Ford, foreshadowing her future success.
Vanessa can immediately get to the bare bones of an issue which gives both clarity and reassurance.
Debo is used to finding ways to ensure the systems that deliver services are genuinely robust and go beyond performative.
Repping some of the biggest names in the business, Dawn has 16 years of fashion leadership under her belt.
An innovator for people with neurodivergent challenges, Denise made political history twice.
Ruby wants us all to work together to create stuff. Stuff that will change the world.
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