Are we doing enough to address our biases?

In recent weeks I followed the – very public – fallout from an article that was written by a CEO in South Africa. The article was sexist and celebrated a patriarchal society and male dominance in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). While working in the UK on a Women’s Empowerment initiative, I first learned about… Read More

Inclusion through access.

A couple of months ago I had the privilege to speak to Women across various emerging markets as part of their organisation’s empowerment programme. Of the Women interviewed, 87.5% said that they felt, or were made to feel, that their current practical and leadership skillset provided a significant obstacle to career progression. At the time… Read More