I found out my mum had cancer. Here’s how I coped.
On Thursday 19th April, myself and Minnie, ran SheSaysMCR’s second instalment of the year. Finding our voice at KPMG, we ran a session to unpick “Great British Diversity” and had a truly incredible lineup of speakers. The timing of the event couldn’t have been more apt. With the prevailing news about the Wind Rush Generation, we […]
Almost a month into 2018, and I feel just about ready to write my 2017 year in review blog. If you look closely enough, you’ll see that I didn’t write a single thing throughout the whole of 2017 – not for my personal blog anyway (I did a couple of guest blogs here and here). […]
Tomorrow I’m heading off to Israel, not the most popular holiday destination at the moment, but here’s why I’m going… You might not know it, but I’m a Regional Ambassador for the Holocaust Educational Trust, a charity dedicated to teaching Lessons From Auschwitz and making sure that society is able to learn from the atrocities […]
That’s right, it’s been a year, 6 events done and SheSaysMCR is celebrating its first birthday! Woohoo 🙂 We celebrated our first birthday with our sixth event: It’s All Good, and what better place to host it than SpacePortX’s rooftop garden! Lovely. Focussing on social impact and social change, the SheSaysMCR team brought together Tamsin Chislett, Rebecca Rae and Lauren Currie […]
Just to set the tone, this was the inspiration for the blog title: It’s been a fair while since I wrote my last blog. A long while actually. I’m not going to make any excuses for it, blogging just wasn’t high up on my to-do list for the 6 months or so. I had a […]
Attending my second BarCamp was even more exciting than the first. The most exhilarating un-conference, BarCamp Manchester 5, seriously tops the list of events in Manchester (although, if you disagree I’d love to hear what I’m missing out on). For those of you who have never been to BarCamp, it’s one of the funnest things […]