Category: Events, International Women's day, Royal Mail, Managing Director, officer, women's network, National women's Networking event, TFL Headquarters, Chief Operations
Our National Women’s Networking event to celebrate International Women’s Day took place at the TfL Headquarters in London last Friday.
The event was hosted by Sue Whalley, managing director letters & network and chief operations officer at Royal Mail, and Elizabeth Law, operations director, who chairs our women’s steering group.
Guest speakers included Maxine Benson MBE, co-founder of Everywoman, and Dr Lucy Otter, reward director of international from AstraZeneca, and Sally Kettle, inspirational and motivational speaker.
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