Mrs Wilkinson will talk about her life and career since leaving Oxford, the benefits of a single sex education for girls and preparing girls for Oxbridge. Like all OWN initiatives, this talk is open to all Oxford and Cambridge alumni - male and female, as well as to anyone else interested in hearing from inspiring speakers on a broad range of topics.
"Women bring the ability to change the strategic thinking that impacts the insurance industry. The industry has always been known to be slow for change-- instead of being forward-thinking and progressive, it tracks along at a slower pace than other industries, even though it's huge and impacts the whole world."
Mel Mrowiec will share: His career since graduating from Oxford, The experience of launching Harrow in Hong Kong, The philosphy and nature of education in schools today
The Women's Foundation and Herbert Smith Freehills (HSF) is hosting an Executive Briefing on the Discrimination Law Review (DLR). Presenters from TWF, HSF and the EOC will speak on the rationale for the DLR, the gaps in the current anti-discrimination laws and how these gaps are adversely impacting organisations, their employees and the broader community in Hong Kong.
As part of The Women's Foundation's ongoing work on women and entrepreneurship, we arepleased to support the Hong Kong Venture Capital and Private Equity Association's Brownbag Luncheon Talk on Feminine Leadership: Key Challenges in Fundraising on Friday, August 29 from 12.30- 2.00pm at Latham & Watkins.
Andy’s talk will include his career since leaving Cambridge, Google’s culture of innovation and whether Hong Kong has what it takes to be a global hub for innovation and entrepreneurship
Oxbridge Women’s Network event presents Linda Scott, the leading academic, author and consultant on women's economic empowerment, on Pursuing National Prosperity through Women's Empowerment: Why and How?
TWF is delighted to present the fifth event in our not-to-be-missed Secrets to Success series featuring outstanding female leaders sharing their first-hand experience, insights and advice from their own leadership journey.
The Women’s Foundation is delighted to invite you to a special talk by Professor Lynda Gratton, Professor of Management Practice at London Business School and one of the world’s most eminent thinkers on organisational behavior.