Wednesday 8 March 2017, 6-8.30pm – The Women’s Organisation, 54 St James Street, Liverpool, L1 0AB.
Be Bold for Change! Every year, The Women’s Organisation celebrates this important day in women’s history and this year is no exception. The celebrations are going to be bigger and better than ever before!
The Women’s Organisation and event sponsors University of Liverpool Management School will be hosting this celebration of talented, diverse and pioneering women, discussing how they have made changes in their lives, and how we can make changes for the better, in our own lives. As well as this, we will be discussing how we as women are contributing to massive changes and shifts in society today.
Chair of the Women’s Equality Party Liverpool, Pamela Ball, will be hosting this panel event and she will be joined by Rebecca Jones, Co-Founder of Liverpool Girl Geeks; Helen Lord, Director of Used Kitchen Exchange and Irene Afful, the Founder of Ametrine Enterprise Solutions and also the first black, female Detective Inspector in the history of Merseyside Police.