Founders

Dr Shola Mos Shogbamimu

Dr Shola Mos Shogbamimu

"Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu, PhD MBA LLM MA LLB IAQ is dual qualified lawyer in New York and Solicitor of England & Wales. She is the Co-Chair of the American Bar Association Africa Committe and editor-in-chief of the Women in Leadership publication she founded. An activist, Dr Shola is one of the organisers of Women's March London.

 

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Gulrukh Khan

Gulrukh Khan

Gulrukh is a fully qualified and practicing Holistic Specialist, dealing with Mind, Body and Spirit for 20 years.

She has extensively studied Energy Medicine, along with other Holistic modalities and holds Professional Certification in: Advanced Law of Attraction, Clinical Aromatherapy with Acupressure Massage and Oriental Diagnosis, Clinical Aromatherapy for Skin Conditions & Other Ailments, Advanced Theta Healing, Intuitive Body Scanning, Advanced Baby Massage.

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JACQUELINE ONALO FSRA

Jacqueline Onalo Fsra

Founder and Director of JOLT International: Leadership Development Organisation
Solicitor: R. Spio and Company Solicitors
Co-Founder of The Inclusion Convention; A Leadership Think Tank
Jacqueline is an award-winning lawyer and leadership trainer. She is a barrister and solicitor of England and Wales as well as an advocate of the Supreme Court of Kenya.

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Patrons of event: Institutional Sexual Harassment

The Baroness Burt of Solihull

Baroness Lorely Burt of Solihull

Baroness Lorely Burt has a distinguished parliamentary career, spanning 10 years as an MP from 2005-2015, becoming a life peer in 2015. During her tenure as an MP she was the first woman to chair the Liberal Democrat Parliamentary Party, and spoke on matters as diverse as equalities, small business and Northern Ireland. In the 2010-15 coalition she was Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Chief Secretary for the Treasury, a Government Whip and the Government's Champion for Women in Enterprise.

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Baroness Sandip Verma

Baroness Sandip Verma

A highly influential, global facing business leader, she has extensive Chair and Committee experience. Since entering the House of Lords in 2006, Baroness Verma has held several key Ministerial appointments, she has had an active and advisory role in policy formation and development. With a transformational background, Baroness Verma is both strategic and where necessary hands on, adept at simplifying complex issues.

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