Two fantastic events to mark International Women's Day 2022!

We are excited to be running this event with UJS on Thursday 10 March at 7pm! 

In line with the International Women's Day theme of #BreakTheBias, the panel will bring together Jewish women from a range of professional fields. The panellists will each discuss their roles, their professional journeys, and any obstacles or challenges they have faced as Jewish women in their sectors.

The event will draw on themes such as sexism, sexual harassment and anti-Semitism, as well as women’s empowerment, gender equality and career skills. The panellists will then take questions from the audience and engage in a guided discussion for the second half of the event.

To sign up, click here.

Zoom and Facebook live 

We are also excited to be partnering with the Jewish Leadership Council and AJWO for a special event on International Women's Day!

On Tuesday 8th March we will be bringing together a range of speakers to discuss some of the topics currently facing our community professionals and we want you to be there.

This will be an in person event with an online option, held at a NW London venue which will be confirmed to you upon booking.

Sessions & Speakers

How has Covid impacted the working woman and what can be done to help
Emma Codd, Global Inclusion Leader, Deloitte

Giving a voice to those not in the room
Michelle Mitchell, Head of Strategic Collaboration, JLC
Abelia Leskin, Gender Advisor, World Jewish Relief
Karen Lewis, Client Services Manager, Jewish Women's Aid

How can we create a more inclusive workplace
Lee Zucker, HR Manager, Kisharon
Dalia Fleming, Executive Director, KeshetUK

How to lead with confidence
Catherine Lenson, Trustee, University Jewish Chaplaincy and Managing Partner and Chief People Officer, SoftBank Vision Fund
Naomi Dickson, CEO, Jewish Women's Aid (Facilitator)

For more details and to book: click here.