WHAT GLASS CEILING?
Thanks to the pioneering work and ambitions of businesswomen that have gone before us, the boardroom is no longer the domain of the Old Boys Club. Thankfully, the glass ceiling is shattering as women reach their full potential and are being recognised accordingly.
Join IMAGE editor-in-chief Melanie Morris for a morning of incredible inspiration and learn from three women for whom gender is no longer a consideration in getting to the top.
WHEN Friday, October 21
from 7.30am – 10.00am
WHERE The Marker Hotel, Dublin 2
With luxury seat gifts from Trilogy and more, expect prizes including €100 gift cards from Marks & Spencer and an overnight stay for two with dinner at The Killarney Royal courtesy of Ireland's Blue Book on the morning.
Chairperson, Mason Hayes & Curran
Experienced in a broad range of commercial and financial services litigation, Emer specialises in project management and investigatory work, acting as a trusted legal advisor to corporates and boards on corporate safeguards and compliance procedures. As Managing Partner at Mason Hayes & Curran from 2008-2014, Emer doubled the numbers of partners and solicitors within the firm, increasing the depth of expertise and capability across all legal specialisms. Emer is a member of the Advisory Board at UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School and a Council member of the Economic and Social Research Institute, as well as a board member of the Ireland Funds.
Managing Director, Guns or Knives
With marketing firmly in her sights since college days, Zara Flynn graduated from WIT as marketing student of the year. She joined the Rothco Group fresh from college and has stayed in the group for the intervening ten years, working her way up from junior to senior positions. Zara set up Guns or Knives, a sister agency four years ago and is currently Managing Director. Guns or Knives creates ideas that people want to engage with, and is the most awarded creative agency of its kind in Ireland or work with clients including Hailo, Heineken and Orchard Thieves.
Director, Stillwater Communications
Natasha is and is one of Ireland’s leading communications experts and confidence coaches. Her background includes working with Carr Communications, RTÉ and Fianna Fáil. She works with a broad range of clients including Brown Thomas, VHI, Arnotts and Tesco along with NGOs such as Médecins Sans Frontières and Barnardos. Her first book The Daughterhood with Róisín Ingle was a number one bestseller in Ireland and has now been sold internationally. Natasha is a regular keynote speaker on topics that include confidence to succeed and what women really want at work, she’s also an expert at helping women develop their personal brand, the topic she will focus on at the IMAGE Networking Breakfast.
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