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Women in Charity, Non-profit & Personal Development Careers Panel Event

On Tuesday 8 November, students and parents from Year 9 and up spent a fascinating hour hearing from guests leading successful careers within charitable organisations and the wellbeing and personal development sector.

Our online panel comprised Woldingham parent Tanja Gullestrup, HR Director of award-winning clean tech company Pacific Green Technologies and founder of The Giving Tree Foundation; Emma Daly (Class of 1983), Head of the Collaboratory at Human Rights Watch;  Chinelo Agom-Eze (Class of 2008), an experienced legal practitioner working in non-profit programming across England and Nigeria; Issie Cobb (Class of 2010) who works for Action Against Hunger in the occupied Palestinian territory; Amanda Riley (Class of 1989), the owner of ART of Healing; and co-founder of coaching consultancy Curious Leaders, Margaret O’Keeffe.

Our speakers discussed the emotional richness of working in a charitable setting, while others spoke about the significance of working with human rights agencies across the world. It was a privilege for us to host our speakers, who are following such impactful and rewarding career paths, and we are very grateful to them for sharing their insights and experience.  

To watch the recordering, please visit: 

Women in Charity, Non-profit & Personal Development Careers Panel

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