It’s time to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women.
Join us next 10th March for International Women’s Day for a buffet breakfast and live panel Q&A with some of the most influential women in Manchester, in collaboration with Embassy.
From CEOs of large firms, to leaders in the entertainment and art industry, it’s time to hear from successful women of today about what qualities they believe make a real leader, the challenges they have faced in their industries and how they would like to impact women’s rights today.
Confirmed Line Up
Our host is none other than the wonderful Lisa Morton – Founder and CEO of Roland Dransfield
Venetia Archer – CEO and Founder of Ruuby Digital Beauty Concierge
Brooke Vincent – Actress and Entrepreneur
Jessica Koravos – Oak View Group (Developers of Co-op Live)
Shelina Begum – Editor of The Business Desk
Who are Embassy?
Embassy is a a charity in Greater Manchester that restores the lives of homeless people by helping them into work and a home.
Launched in 2019, Embassy used a re-purposed tour bus to provide emergency shelter for vulnerable adults, however, they’ve progressed to offering rental housing removing the shelter phase from their model.
Currently, they use shared houses but have planning to build a village of 40 homes and a training base. Their resettlement team teach budgeting, shopping and cooking whilst mentoring, discipling and guiding people through a recovery course. Full time employment is possible via 15 corporate partners. They help to find and aid people to sustain permanent accommodation with aftercare, meaning they leave with no need for council housing or benefits.
08.00am – 10.00am
Purchase your ticket via the D&D London Gift Shop here.