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‘ To tackle some of the pressing issues of our planet women’s voice must be heard ’ Louise Burfitt -Dons FRSA. Mission: To promote women’s profile in society by greater involvement in public speaking. Chair Louise Burfitt -Dons FRSA Humanitarian and Inspirational Speaker.

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To tackle some of the pressing issues of our planet women s voice must be heard louise burfitt dons frsa

‘To tackle some of the pressing issues of our planet women’s voice must be heard’Louise Burfitt-Dons FRSA


To tackle some of the pressing issues of our planet women s voice must be heard louise burfitt dons frsa

Mission:To promote women’s

profile in society by

greater involvement in public speaking


To tackle some of the pressing issues of our planet women s voice must be heard louise burfitt dons frsa

Chair

Louise Burfitt-Dons FRSA

Humanitarian and Inspirational Speaker


To tackle some of the pressing issues of our planet women s voice must be heard louise burfitt dons frsa

Speakers Panel

Steve Moore is Chief Executive of The Big Society Network

Patti Boulayeis a West End star and founder of ‘Support for Africa’

Mary O’Hara is an award winning journalist and writer

Jo Fairley is author of The Anti-Ageing Beauty Bible andco-founder of Green and Black’s.


To tackle some of the pressing issues of our planet women s voice must be heard louise burfitt dons frsa

Additional Speakers

Joana Picqis COO of online business magazine The Next Women

ServaneMouazanis CEO of Ogunteand founder of the Women's Social Leadership Awards

ShireenIraniis Founder of online legal assistance network

i-Probono

Michelle Clothier is co-founder of youth-specialist communications and engagement agency Livity.


To tackle some of the pressing issues of our planet women s voice must be heard louise burfitt dons frsa

‘Women have long been the silent pillar of the country’s economy, but no more: they have evolved beyond CEO of the household and volunteer within their community to create jobs and value through their fast growing enterprise.’

Joana Picq, COO of The Next Women


To tackle some of the pressing issues of our planet women s voice must be heard louise burfitt dons frsa

  • ‘I see a world where women bring about boldness, finesse and evidence of what they have achieved so far, in all their conversations. And have the confidence to expect equal consideration.’

  • ServaneMouazan, CEO of Ogunte


To tackle some of the pressing issues of our planet women s voice must be heard louise burfitt dons frsa

  • ‘We work with some amazing female social entrepreneurs: these are the ones who bring others with them on the road to success, who share their learnings along the way, seeking ways to benefit all parties. That to me is big society!’

  • Lucy WindmillDirector of External Relations ,The Big Society Network


To tackle some of the pressing issues of our planet women s voice must be heard louise burfitt dons frsa

‘Why not quantify the fiscal value of the transferable skills needed from the workplace to the voluntary sector so that women’s contribution to “Big Society” is acknowledged by the Exchequer?’

Jenny Garrett, director and founder of Reflexion & Associates Limited


To tackle some of the pressing issues of our planet women s voice must be heard louise burfitt dons frsa

`People often ask why do I do this. My answer is simple – people – they never cease to fascinate and amaze me!'

Melanie Bryan FRSA , winner of Prime Minister's Big Society Award


To tackle some of the pressing issues of our planet women s voice must be heard louise burfitt dons frsa

‘Someone remarked that the inspiration for David Cameron's 'Big Society' is his own mother's unpaid engagement with the local community (were not his parents also quite wealthy?). Enough said?’

Ann Murcott, FRSA


To tackle some of the pressing issues of our planet women s voice must be heard louise burfitt dons frsa

‘I think women would relate better to this concept if it were renamed the Small Society which sounds more intimate and neighbourly.’

Louise Burfitt-Dons, Humanitarian, Chair of RSA WSN


To tackle some of the pressing issues of our planet women s voice must be heard louise burfitt dons frsa

'You need to have time and money to give freely for the 'Big Society' - that's why married middle and upper class women were originally the backbone of the voluntary sector"

Deborah Wharton, Business Strategist, Coach and Trainer, Agenda for Change


To tackle some of the pressing issues of our planet women s voice must be heard louise burfitt dons frsa

`Is there a danger that by becoming involved in the Big Society, women will reinforce traditional stereotypes about their caring and nurturing roles? ‘

Judith Perle, Director, Management Advantage Ltd


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