The Women’s Organisation and National Museums Liverpool have joined forces to organise Business Breakfast: Women Who Lead to be held at the waterfront Museum of Liverpool
Successful and inspiring female entrepreneurs and bosses, including a senior Microsoft executive, will speak at a free event in Liverpool at the end of June.
The Women’s Organisation and National Museums Liverpool have joined forces to organise Business Breakfast: Women Who Lead to be held at the waterfront Museum of Liverpool on Tuesday, June 26, from 8.30am to 10am.
As 2018 marks the centenary of voting rights for (some) women, the event aims to celebrate the trailblazing women in business who are continuing to lead the charge for equality.
Organisers say: “1918 was a year defined by the brave and historic women who went before us. A lot has changed in that time, but as we know, women are still highly outnumbered in them top positions.
“Business Breakfast will look to shine a spotlight on the leaders who are breaking mould for women today.”
Speakers include Amanda Mesler, one of Microsoft’s most senior executives in Europe; The Women’s Organisation founder and chief executive Maggie O’Carroll and the director of Museum of Liverpool & Merseyside Maritime Museum at National Museums Liverpool, Janet Dugdale.
Ms Mesler is currently a general manager, Central Eastern Europe for Microsoft, and a non-executive director for Ensygnia. On July 1 she will become the chief executive of Earthport, a global payments specialist.