As we progress towards a fully automated society, how will women feature in the future of work? How can we take advantage of these changes in order to close the global gender gap?
Hanna Naima McCloskey
Founder and CEO at Fearless Futures
Hanna is of Algerian-British heritage and has worked for the UN, NGOs and Royal Bank of Scotland across communications, research and finance roles. An expert in gender and leadership, she is dedicated to researching, living and exploring the literature and practice of creating socially just, empowered and inclusive communities and workplaces.
Founder at Bloody Good Period
Gabby Edlin founded Bloody Good Period in 2016 in order to provide sanitary protection for asylum seekers, refugees and those who can't afford them. She is a freelance creative consultant specialising in gender equality and an infrequently practising artist.
Panel discussion chaired by Alex Fergusson.
Wednesday 5th July 2017, 5pm - 6pm
Room WG28, London College of Communication, Elephant & Castle, London, SE1 6SB, United Kingdom