Whether steering nations out of a pandemic, rebuilding businesses or breaking through the toughest of glass ceilings, the past year has continued to build on an unprecedented level of success for talented women leaders.
We invite you to join Professor Sue Vinnicombe, Founder Director of the Cranfield International Centre for Women Leaders and co-author of the annual Female FTSE Board Report, and an impressive panel of Cranfield MBA Alumnae. We will review the past year, celebrate their achievements, and examine how the Cranfield MBA has supported very different yet inspiring career journeys.
Sarah Hatcher Cranfield MBA alumna and Director of Strategic Marketing and Partnerships at Cranfield School of Management will host this event.
The Cranfield MBA alumnae panel includes:
Paula Bellostas, Partner at Kearney and non-executive Director for NHSx, the digital transformation unit of the National Health Service in the UK.
Aileen Gillan, former Chief Risk Officer at Metro Bank, Executive Sponsor for gender diversity and founder of the “WoW” (women on work) network, and non-executive Director on the Savings Platform Subsidiary of Standard Life Aberdeen.
Dr Kim Nilsson, co-founder and ex-CEO (now Chair) of Pivigo, named a Rising Star among the Top 100 Influencers of Big Data, was awarded ‘Entrepreneur of the Year’ in the Women in IT awards and named as one of the Top 50 Most Influential Women in IT in the UK.
This webinar will allow you to discover how the Cranfield MBA will help you achieve your career aspirations and develop your leadership capabilities.
The Cranfield MBA is a life-changing, unique experience. We are looking for inquisitive future leaders who want to challenge themselves. If that sounds like you, please register below.
What you will need
This webinar is hosted via Zoom. You will need to download the Zoom application and be logged in to your Zoom account to be able to access the webinar. You can create a free Zoom account; you do not need a paid subscription with Zoom. You will need a reliable internet connection.