Chaired by Natasha Kaplinsky OBE
Exactly 100 years after the school was established and (some) women got the vote, there is still an urgent need to #PressforProgress. Lady Margaret School (LMS) is hosting a panel discussion around this year's IWD campaign theme on Wednesday 7 March from 6.30pm.
There will be lots for the panelists to talk about. A very appropriate Centenary celebration theme. Research indicates ‘gender parity is over 200 years away'. Can we get there faster? We’d love to hear the opinions and views of our community.
Join us at a time when the goal to achieve gender parity continues to gain momentum here and around the world.
Everyone is welcome, so please spread the word. Ask family, friends and neighbours to come along and be part of a lively discussion.
Put your questions to the panel, or simply listen to an informed discussion about issues important to us all.
ON THE PANEL...
Polly Kemp actress and co-founder of ERA50:50 Equal Representation for Actresses created in 2016 to campaign for 50:50 gender balance across TV/film and stage by 2020. Polly’s 25 year career includes seasons with the RSC, appearing in all 4 seasons of 'The Thick of It' and an early career highlight was a role in Oscar nominated film 'Four Weddings and a Funeral'.
Maria May has 23 years under her belt in the music industry representing DJs, producers and artists including David Guetta, The Chainsmokers, Sam Smith and Pussy Riot. She is a fierce advocate of Diversity and Inclusion in Electronic Music, a senior agent at CAA, who have pledged 50-50 gender parity by 2020, and sits on the board of advisors of the AFEM and The Frankie Knuckles Foundation.
Lucy Moody is a brand strategist at ad agency J Walter Thompson London. Within the agency she belongs to Female Tribes Consulting, designed to support business design through a female lens. Lucy is the strategic lead on the Girlguiding account, as well as working on Bayer Consumer Care. In 2017 she became a Women's Advertising Club of London Future Leader.