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9.07.2018

Announcing our Women and Girls Sector Leadership Programme participants

More than 40 Women and Girls sector leaders revealed as participants in our 2018 Women and Girls Sector Leadership Programme. 

We are excited to announce the names of over 40 Senior and Emerging Leaders from the Women and Girls sector who will participate in our Women and Girls Sector Leadership Programme that kicks-off this autumn.  

The programme is designed for the Women and Girls Sector and aims to build a stronger, more generous and empowered women's movement. It will seek to nurture leaders within the sector by forging new collaborations and growing resilience so that it can better support its beneficiaries. The programme is being delivered in partnership with funders including Comic Relief, Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, The Pilgrim Trust, and Rosa, The UK Fund for Women and Girls.

Built around Clore Social’s Capabilities Framework, which illustrates the attributes, behaviours and skills for successful leadership, the programme has been designed in partnership with key sector representatives and aims to develop a cadre of leaders to provide robust and effective leadership for their organisations.

Commenting on the launch of the programme earlier this year, Shaks Ghosh, Chief Executive of Clore Social Leadership said: “As we celebrate 100 years of women's suffrage the time is right to build a generation of social leaders to take the movement forward. We are hugely excited to be partnering with funders including Comic Relief, Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, The Pilgrim Trust, Rosa - The UK Fund for Women and Girls, and sector leaders to create this bold, programme that will engage more than 60 Emerging and Senior Leaders. Through a series of coordinated interventions that focus on boosting leadership capability, whilst tackling some of the key issues affecting Women and Girls Sector organisations, we aim to increase resilience and create a stronger, better led sector.” 

Emerging Leaders:

  • Anna O'Flynn, British Council
  • Annie Edwards, Canaan Project
  • Charlotte Bevan, You Can Flourish
  • Elizabeth Roberts, SARSAS
  • Emma Boyd     
  • Gemma Dyer, The Prince's Trust
  • Jennifer McMahon, Voscur
  • Karen Carter Lancashire, Women's Centres
  • Kate Agha, Oxford against Cutting
  • Laura Christer, West End Women and Girls Centre
  • Laura Ward, Brighton Oasis Project
  • Lizzie Green, Girlguiding
  • Sophie Rymer, WAGGGS
  • Narinder Panesar, Women in Prison
  • Olive Ahmed, The Baytree Centre
  • Rebecca Branch, Beyond the Streets
  • Sabia Kamali, Sisters Forum
  • Shaista Aziz, Intersectional Feminist Foreign Policy
  • Samantha Gravill, Well Women Centre
  • Lydia Morgan, Young Women's Trust
  • Bryony Beynon, Good Night Out CIC
  • Rachel Elgy, Equaliteach
  • Ursula Lindenberg, VOICES
  • Joeli Brearley, Pregnant Then Screwed

Senior Leaders

  • Diana Thorogood, Women in Prison
  • Disha Sughand, Womankind Worldwide
  • Eleanor Lisney, Sisters of Frida
  • Halaleh Taheri, MEWSo
  • Jo Eamey Southern, Domestic Abuse Service
  • Josephine Knowles, Beyond the Streets
  • Kim Trotter, Future Female Society
  • Laura Franklin, Wight Dash/Red Cross
  • Leila Billing, Girls not Brides
  • Lisa Ward, Oxfordshire Sexual Abuse and Rape Crisis Centre
  • Lyn Tiller, Aurora New Dawn
  • Michelle Phillips, SafeLives
  • Naomi Lerer, Noa Girls
  • Natalie Brook, Rape Crisis Surrey and Sussex
  • Nicola Miller, A Mile in Her Shoes
  • Niki Gould, The Nelson Trust
  • Rachel Krys, End Violence against Women Coalition
  • Rebecca Keer, Rahab UK
  • Sarah Green, End Violence against Women Coalition
  • Naomi Delap, Birth Companions

A fundraising campaign is currently underway to secure funds for the second year of the programme, planned for spring 2019 which will engage a further 24 Emerging Leaders from Women & Girls Sector organisations across the UK.

For full details about the programme, visit our Programmes & Events page.

Contact us
0207 812 3770
5th Floor, Kings Place, 90 York Way
London, N19AG
info@cloresocialleadership.org.uk

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