Digital Women UK has teamed up with Loughborough University London to host a special interactive workshop – Tackling the myths of money, self care and the Imposter Syndrome as part of its Missing in Action: Women and Digital Enterprise in the UK programme.
This half day event will provide a creative, reflective and dynamic space for female creatives, women in tech and emerging entrepreneurs, to explore internal barriers (and myths) around their relationship with money, self care and the so-called ‘Imposter Syndrome’.
You will be facilitated by an exciting and experienced group of practitioners who will lead experiential workshops and interactive talks, giving you the chance to share ideas, network and leave with useful tools to apply to your daily lives.
Guest speakers include:
- Dr Angela Martinez Dy – Glendonbrook Institute for Enterprise Development, Loughborough University London
- Joy Francis – Entrepreneur and co-founder, Digital Women UK
- Ola Agbaimoni – The Business Detective and founder/owner, Eélan M
- Julie Agbowu – Accountant, and CEO of All Inclusive Training
- Rachel Martino – Registered nutritional therapist and raw food chef
- Leslie Brownbridge – Mindfulness facilitator, counsellor and writer
- Philomena Francis – Art psychotherapist, artist and psychoanalyst
As there are only 30 spaces available, early booking is advisable. Refreshments and a light lunch will be provided.
There will be occasional photography and filming of the main presentations at this event.
The venue is wheelchair accessible. If you need any reasonable adjustments to be made to attend the event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
See the full programme here (it is subject to change).