Power up your career with a WACL Mentor
We’re all looking for some guidance at the moment. Whether it’s learning to adapt in times of change, bouncing back from redundancy, leading virtually, building your personal brand or moving in a new direction, WACL is here to help.
For the first time, some of the UK’s most experienced senior women will be sharing their expertise as part of WACL Gatherings Mentor programme. Between September and December, you will receive four one hour sessions with four different WACL members each giving you their unique thoughts on how you can power up your career and maximise your potential.
And when you’re done we’d love you to share your experience with other women so we can all power up together and build WACL Talent.
Mentors include Nishma Robb – Google, Tammy Einav – Adam&EveDDB, Chaka Sobhani – Leo Burnett, Kate Waters – ITV, Lisa Thomas – Virgin, Tove Okunniwa – London Sport & Sport England, Rachel Bristow – Sky, Becky Brock – John Lewis, / Sarah Jenkins – Saatchi & Saatchi, Sara Tate – TWBA, Verica Djurdjevic – PHD, Nadine Young – Starcom, Deborah Parkes – BishBoshBash., Zoe Howorth – NED, Donna Birkett Baida – Disney Company, Claire Sadler – Direct Line, Juliet Simpson Stripe Communications / Dawn Paine - The Extraordinary Club, Rania Robinson – Quiet Storm, Tanya Joseph- Hill and Knowlton Strategy.
Funds will support WACL's Future Leaders Awards, supporting women across media, marketing and comms.
Mentors will be allocated on a random basis and can not be changed. Dates and times for your mentoring sessions will be agreed directly with your mentor once you are registered.
Prices include VAT and booking fee.