Women in Journalism Christmas Party 2015
It’s Christmas again ! Join us at the very start of advent when all the festivities begin!
WHEN : Tuesday, 1 December 2015
TIME: 7pm to 9 pm
WHERE :17th Floor – News UK, 1 London Bridge St, SE1 9GH
TICKETS : £10 for members/ £20 for non members
Christmas Carols: St Brides Church. December 21st, 2015. All Welcome. Doors open at 6pm.
- Katharine Viner, Editor in Chief at The Guardian
- Tony Gallagher, Editor in Chief at The Sun
- Mishal Husain, BBC News presenter & BBC Radio 4
- Bryony Gordon, Columnist at The Telegraph and author of The Wrong Knickers: A Decade of Chaos
- Alex Brummer, City Editor at The Daily Mail
JANUARY 18, 2016
A Panel Discussion
Women in Money and Business Journalism - a female success story.
In partnership with the The Financial Times and Lansons
Date: January 18, 2016
Time: 6.30pm – 9.30pm
Venue: Kindly hosted by The Financial Times
Address: Conference suite, The Financial Times, One Southwark Bridge, London SE1 9HL
Becky Barrow, head of money, Sunday Times (chair) @BeckyBarrow
Claer Barrett – FT Money editor @ClaerB
Hilary Osborne, editor, Guardian money online @HilaryOsborne
Merryn Somerset Webb, editor, Money Week and FT columnist. @MerrynSW
Natalie Holt, editor, Money Marketing @Natalie_Holt_MM
Donna Ferguson, award-winning freelance financial journalist @DonnaLFerguson
Clare Parsons, Lansons co-founder.
An event to celebrate the success of women in Money and Business Journalism. Top industry panelists,many of whom are working mothers, will be answering the question: Why should you choose to work in Money or Business journalism – and what does it take to get to the top?
Sat 16 – Sun 17 January 2016
Goldsmiths, University of London
15% discount on all bookings for WIJ UK members.
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