Dame Ann Leslie has won nine British Press Awards and two Lifetime Achievement Awards. David Randall of The Universal Journalist fame has called her: “the most versatile reporter ever.” She continues to write for the Daily Mail and is a regular current affairs broadcaster for the BBC and Sky News.
Jane Martinson was the former Women’s editor at The Guardian, and is now the paper’s Head of Media. She is also a Committee member of Women in Journalism. @janemartinson
Kate Williams is the editor of the Mumsnet bloggers network. @KateVWilliams
Sarah Sands was appointed the first female editor of The Sunday Telegraph in 2005. She is now the editor of The Evening Standard. @sandsstandard
Laurie Penny has immortalised her feminism in her books which have been shortlisted for the Orwell Prize and the Bread and Roses Award for Radical Publishing. She has been named “without doubt the loudest and most controversial female voice on the radical left” by The Daily Telegraph. @PennyRed
David Dinsmore has ranked at number 27 in the 2014 Media Guardian 100, and at 67 in GQ magazine’s 2015 ‘Most Connected Men in Britain’ list. He was appointed editor of The Sun in 2013. @davedins
Alice Arnold started and developed her career as a newsreader and presenter for BBC Radio 4. She has also written for The Daily Telegraph and The Guardian. @alicearnold1
Eleanor Mills is the Editorial Director at The Sunday Times and columnist. She is also the chair of Women in Journalism @EleanorMills
Tracy Corrigan is the digital editor of The Wall Street Journal in New York. She was previously the European editor in chief of The Wall Street Journal. She has also held a number of senior positions at the Financial Times. @tracycorrigan
Author of Straight Expectations, Julie Bindel is also a frequent contributor to The Guardian and is a Feminist. She also co-founded Justice for Women, an activist group that opposes violence against women. @bindelj
Susie Boniface is a blogger best known as Fleet Street Fox. She won The London Press Club Blog of the Year in 2013. @fleetstreetfox
Joanna Penn is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling thriller author, as well as a writer of non-fiction for authors. She is also a professional speaker and entrepreneur, voted as one of The Guardian UK Top 100 creative professionals in 2013. @thecreativepenn
Liz Carr is an actress, comedian, broadcaster and international disability rights activist.
James Harding became the youngest ever editor of The Times in 2007. In 2013 he became director of news and current affairs at the BBC. @hardingthehack
Gill Hudson was a serial magazine editor, working on Company, New Woman, Maxim, Reader’s Digest and the Radio Times. She is now a freelance writer, editor, consultant and lecturer. @GillGHudson
Philip Jones is the editor of The Bookseller and creator of FutureBook which provides the latest news and views on digital publishing. @philipdsjones
Catherine Ryan Howard has self-published two travel memoirs: Mousetrapped (2010) and Backpacked (2012). In 2014, she published the third edition of her “how to”, Self-Printed: The Sane Person’s Guide to Self-Publishing. Her debut thriller, Distress Signals will be available in 2016. @cathryanhoward
Caroline Hogg is the senior commissioning editor of Women’s Fiction at MacMillan Publishers Ltd.
Alexandra Campbell is the author of nine novels, four of which were under the pseudonym Nina Bell. She has also written eight books about interiors. She is a blogging coach, garden blogger and committee member of Women in Journalism. @WriteToPromote
Lisa Smosarski has been the editor of Smash Hits, bliss, more! and is now the Editor in Chief at The Stylist. @lisasmosarski
Joanna Moorhead writes for the Guardian, mostly about parenting and family life. She also contributes to Mumsnet and runs writing courses. In 2010 she co-curated an exhibition of the work of the Surrealist artist Leonora Carrington. @JoannaMoorhead
David Nicholson contributes to the Financial Times, Daily Telegraph, Guardian, Wall Street Journal and Independent. He also founded freelancejournalist.co.uk and runs the North London Self-Employed Lunch Club for freelancers. @fljournalist
Helen Keegan is a specialist in mobile marketing, advertising and media. @technokitten
Eva Simpson is an award winning journalist. She was the Editor of the 3am showbusiness column in the Daily Mirror, Assistant Editor of thelondonpaper, a senior news executive at The Times and a senior feature writer. She has written for The Sun, the Observer, the Mail on Sunday, The Independent, Marie Claire, Hello!, Red, and Pride. @EvaMSimpson
Sue Llewellyn is a journalist, broadcaster and BBC Social Media Consultant. @suellewellyn
Lucy Tobin is a Senior News Feature & Business Writer at the Evening Standard and author. Her fifth book, wedding guide From Yes to I Do, is out now. @lucytobin
Stephanie Theobald has been described by The Times as: “One of London’s most celebrated literary lesbians.” She is the author of four novels including Biche and a journalist. She has worked as the Editor of the social pages of the UK’s Harper’s Bazaar.
Antony Topping is a literary agent and brand consultant for Greene & Heaton. His list of writing clients includes historical thriller writers, contemporary and historical literary novelists, science writers, food writers, and humorists.
Helen Lewis is the Editor of the New Statesman. She was also worked on The Guardian and was sub-editor of The Daily Mail. Helen is the WIJ Deputy Chair – @helenlewis
Sarah Gordon is the commissioning editor for travel at Telegraph Spark and was previously companies editor and assistant editor of the Financial Times. @SaritaJG
Merryn Somerset-Webb Editor-in-Chief of Moneyweek – @MerrynSW
Donna Ferguson – Multiple award-winning journalist for Guardian & other nationals. Freelance Financial Journalist of the Year 2013, 2014 & 2015 – @DonnaLFerguson
Clare Parsons – Co founder and Chair Lansons Latest. Advisory Board, National Business Awards – @ClareParsons_
Hilary Osborne – Editor of Guardian Money website – @hilaryosborne
Natalie Holt – Editor of Money Marketing – @Natalie_Holt_MM
Becky Barrow – Editor of The Sunday Times’s Money section and WIJ Committee member – @beckymbarrow
Claer Barrett – Personal Finance Editor at The FT.com and Editor of FT Money – @ClaerB
JackieHunter – Managing Editor at the Wall Street Journal’s Custom Studios – @JackieHunter1
HelenaRaven – Head of Digital for the NSPCC – @helsraven
Jo-annRobertson – Partner and MD at Ketchum. @RedRobertino
Sue Elliott – Story producer, food fanatic and Women in Journalism Committee member – @SueEllicott
Louise Court – Director of Editorial Strategy and Content at Hearst Magazines UK. Leading Hearst Empowering Women – @LouiseCourt_
Iman Qureshi is a journalist who writes about race and sexuality. She has just completed an MSc in Postcolonial Literature. She works for The Guardian and The Huffington Post. @ImanQureshi
Eleanor Margolis is a New Statesman columnist. @EleanorMargolis
Jane Czyzselska is the Editor of DIVA magazine, Europe’s only mainstream lesbian magazine. @czyzselska
Debbie Djordjevic is a cross digital media expert, specialising in connecting companies and bloggers. She has also worked as the Editorial Director on a number of Hearst Digital publications. @scaredcrows
Claire McDonald is a family food blogger and YouTuber. @crumbsfood
Helena Morrissey is the CEO of Newton Investment and founder of the 30 per cent Club and Opportunity Now. @MorrisseyHelena
Kiki Loizou is the small business editor at the Sunday Times. @KikiLoizou
Christina Lamb was named Young Journalist of the Year in the British Press Awards in 1988, she has won Foreign Correspondent of the Year five times as well as the Prix Bayeux, Europe’s most prestigious award for war correspondents and was awarded an OBE by the Queen in 2013. She is currently Foreign Affairs Correspondent for The Sunday Times. She wrote the critically acclaimed book “I Am Malala” with Malala Yousafzai. @christinalamb
Juliana Ruhfus has spent a decade working as a reporter and producer for British and international broadcasters, specialising in programme making and investigative work.@julianaruhfus
Jemima Kiss is Head of the Guardian’s technology reporting team.@jemimakiss
Lucia Adams is the acting head of pictures at The Times; previously deputy head of digital for The Times and Sunday Times. @lucia_adams
Sally Foote is founder of febdigital.co.uk, a consultancy that helps organisations make better digital products and reach audiences faster. @sallyfoote
Jennifer Howze is the co-founder of BritMums. She blogs about travel, family and London life at Jenography.net. Previously, she wrote the Alpha Mummy blog at The Times and as a journalist has contributed to The Times, The Guardian, The Independent, The Wall Street Journal, Travel & Leisure, Budget Travel, CNN.com, Allure, SELF and Premiere, among others. She won The Maggie Award from the Planned Parenthood Federation of America for a health article in Seventeen magazine. @jhowze
Sarah O’Connor is the Financial Times employment correspondent and the current British Press Awards business and finance journalist of the year. @sarahoconnor_
Tiffany Darke is the Creative Content Director at The Times, The Sunday Times and The Sun. Editor of @theststyle. @tiffaniedarke
Angela Oakes is the joint president of Women in PR and managing director of Tree House PR.
Kate Joynes-Burgess is the head of digital at Weber Shandwick, London. @katejb
Myriam Francois-Cerrah currently works as a freelance journalist, with her articles featured in The Guardian,The Huffington Post, New Statesman, Your Middle East, The London Paper, Index on Censorship, the F-Word and the magazine Emel. @MFrancoisCerrah
Mehdi Hasan is a British political journalist, broadcaster and author. As a journalist and author, Hasan is the co-author of a biography of Ed Miliband and the political editor of the UK version of The Huffington Post. @mehdirhasan
Bim Adewunmi is the culture editor at @BuzzFeedUK. She is also a Guardian Weekend columnist. @bimadew
Sara Khan is the Director and Co-founder of Inspire, a women’s human rights organisation. In January 2015 Sara was recognised as one of Britain’s 500 most influential people, in the prestigious Debrett’s War and Peace category as someone who is working towards peace and stability in the United Kingdom. In March 2015 she was named the 2015 Kraemer Middle East Distinguished Scholar-in-Residence, the Wendy & Emery Reves Center for International Studies and the Program in Comparative Legal Studies and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding at the William & Mary School of Law in Williamsburg, Virginia, USA.
Peta Bee is an award-winning freelance health and fitness journalist, running coach and author of a fascinating new book, The Ice Diet. @petabeeuk
Fiona Fox OBE is the Director of the Science Media Centre.
Cherrill Hicks is the Health Features Editor of the Daily Telegraph.
Katriona Methven is the Director of Scientific and Regulatory Affairs at L’Oreal.
Anjana Ahuja is a British Indian science journalist and a former columnist for The Times. She is now a contributing writer at the Financial Times. She also contributes to the Daily Telegraph, Prospect, New Scientist and the Radio Times. She was named Best Science Commentator at the 2013 Comment Awards. @anjahuja
Natalie Pirks is a BBC News Sports Correspondent. @Natpirks
Reshmin Chowdhury is an English sports journalist and broadcaster who works for the BBC and BT Sport. @ReshminTV
Anna Edwards is a news anchor and broadcast journalist who has specialised since 2003 in business news. She is currently working at Bloomberg TV in London as co-anchor of the morning show Countdown. @annaedwardsnews
Anna Kessel is a sports writer and interviewer for the Guardian and the Observer. She was formerly the athletics correspondent. She is the Co-founder and Chair of Women in Football. @Anna_Kessel
Vikki Orvice is a Sun Sports Writer on Football and Athletics. She is a Women in Football board member. @vikkiorvice
Jane Woods is the CEO of Changing People. She is also the author of RenewYou, an international course for women. @JaneCWoods
Audrey Ward – Features Editor and Writer at The Sunday Times Magazine – @audreymward
RanjBegley – Managing Director of tech start up Readly UK – The No. 1 ‘all you can read’ Digital Magazine App – @RanjBegley
LindsayNicholson – Editorial director, Good Housekeeping @GHmagazine
NicolaRowe – Membership Director at the PPA – @NicolaRowePPA
DameCarolBlack – Professor Dame Carol Black is Principal of Newnham College, Cambridge and a special advisor to the Department of Health and Public Health England – @DameCarolBlack
SylviaAnnHewlett – Economist, author & founding president of the Center for Talent Innovation – @SAHewlett
EmmaBarnett – Broadcaster & journalist. Presents BBC 5 Live Sunday show 5 Live Hit List & BBC Woman’s Hour. BBC Radio 4 documentary maker. Gave birth to Telegraph Wonder Women – @EmmaBarnett
TobyMundy – Director of TMA Agency, representing authors and speakers and helping brands publish – @tobymundy
RobertHands – Executive Managing Editor of the Sunday Times