IWF UK marked a first this week with an online gathering focused on pioneering women, designed to connect members around the world and in self-isolation due to the pandemic.
‘Diversity is a reality in society, and inclusion is the prerequisite for diversity to flourish and benefit organisations.’
Judith Donovan CBE, is a pragmatic leader who cares for and champions the causes of her communities. Having started in advertising and direct marketing, she has been a successful entrepreneur and holds many non executive roles. Judith has received several awards and honours for bringing people together to solve problems and create opportunities.
Dr Neslyn Watson-Druée CBE arrived in the UK at 19 years of age from Jamaica with 5 Ordinary Levels. From her initial training as a nurse, she overcame the obstacles of prejudice and discrimination as a young black woman to become a Senior Leader within the National Health Service. She has received 25 Awards acknowledging her impact on society.
IWF UK member Allyson Stewart-Allen shared captivating insights from the second edition of her recently released book.