The Guardian’s Harriet Minter will visit the University to deliver a lecture about women in leadership and what she has learnt from some of the world’s greatest leaders.
Harriet Minter is the editor of the Guardian’s Women in Leadership section. She writes extensively on a variety of issues relating to women and the workplace and has interviewed a range of leading women from MPs to entrepreneurs and celebrities.
Prior to her current role she worked as a commissioning editor for a range of sections on the Guardian and also ran the engagement and social media strategy for the Guardian’s Professional Networks.
She started her journalistic career at RollOnFriday.com, the leading community site for lawyers and as a consequence says she knows far too much about the private lives of the City’s highest paid litigators.
She is a regular speaker on women’s rights, diversity in the workplace, the future of work and digital media. She also sits on the B2B Council for the Internet Advertising Bureau and is a member of Fujitsu’s stakeholder panel.
The lecture is on Tuesday 10 March at 5.30pm and will take place in the Victoria Gallery & Museum, Ashton Street, University of Liverpool.
The event is free to attend but booking is required. Please visit this webpage to register: www.liverpool.ac.uk/events/international-womens-day/form.php.