The #WonderWomen Series: Celebrating the changing face of leadership in business

The #WonderWomen Series: Celebrating the changing face of leadership in business

Every year on 8th March, the world celebrates International Women’s Day in recognition of the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women.

This year, London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) Executive Education, GISMA Business School, and Toronto School of Management (TSoM) have launched a joint initiative. These schools will explore the changing face of business by interviewing women CEOs, leaders, and entrepreneurs to discover how they got to where they are and their ambitions for the future of gender equality.

As part of the #WonderWomen series, LSBF interviewed five women who are making big waves in their respective industries. From 5th to 9th March, we’ll be sharing their stories.

Here’s the line-up:

Hayley Parsons - Founder and former CEO of CoCompare

Shalini Khemka - Founder and CEO of E2Exchange

Pat Wadors - CTO of ServiceNow

Beth Butterwick - CEO of womenswear company Karen Millen

Claire Carter - UK & Ireland Managing Director for Wolters Kluwer, Tax & Accounting

Make sure you follow us on Twitter, Linkedin, Facebook, and Instagram to stay up to date, and keep an eye out for the #WonderWomen hashtag!

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