se3 ep8: seeing the world through different lenses – tahira resalat

In this final episode, we are joined by Tahira Resalat, CEO and Illustrator of Teecaake, which produces unique designs inspired by strong figures representing values of diversity, inclusivity, confidence and colour.   Of South Asian origin and having grown up in cities as vibrant as Manchester and Sheffield, now living in London, diversity and representation is … Continue reading se3 ep8: seeing the world through different lenses – tahira resalat

SE3 EP7: Achieving positive impact through higher education – Leila Guerra

In this episode we are joined by Leila Guerra, Vice Dean of Education at the Imperial College Business School since March 2018.  Leila is a trained lawyer and specialised in international relations before she moved into Higher Education. She is passionate about the power of achieving positive impact through business education and global awareness, and … Continue reading SE3 EP7: Achieving positive impact through higher education – Leila Guerra

SE3 EP6: Sexual health for everybody – dr julia bailey

In this episode we are joined by Dr Julia Bailey, associate professor in Primary Care at the University College London eHealth Unit, and a specialty doctor in community sexual health  in South East London.  Julia’s research focuses on the use of internet and mobile phone for sexual health promotion, sexual wellbeing, and how to improve … Continue reading SE3 EP6: Sexual health for everybody – dr julia bailey

SE3 EP5: Creativity comes when you feel safe – Mary-Laine Friday

In this episode we are joined by Mary-Laine Friday, Founder of Faltrego, a London-based video production company for the third sector.   Faltrego is a female-led company with the aim of telling stories that highlight organisation’s causes and move people to action in a traditionally male-dominated industry.   With an academic background in human sciences and science … Continue reading SE3 EP5: Creativity comes when you feel safe – Mary-Laine Friday

SE3 EP4: The biggest barrier in your life is yourself – Rosie Russell

In this episode we are joined by Rosie Russell, head of environment, health and safety at MeiraGTx, a gene therapy company developing treatments for patients with severe diseases.   After studying Chemistry and starting her career at the lab bench, Rosie experienced an accident that made her realise the importance of health and safety in a … Continue reading SE3 EP4: The biggest barrier in your life is yourself – Rosie Russell

SE3 EP3: Why speaking your truth is a form of self-love – Rory Brown

In this episode we are joined by Rory Brown, behaviour change specialist, qualified personal trainer and registered nutrition coach helping individuals restore their relationship with mind, body and food.  Having worked in the health and fitness industry for over 10 years with both recreational and professional athletes, and having struggled himself with disordered eating and … Continue reading SE3 EP3: Why speaking your truth is a form of self-love – Rory Brown

SE3 EP2: Leadership in academia – Prof Clare Lloyd

For the second episode of this season, we are joined by Professor Clare Lloyd, Wellcome Senior Fellow in Basic Biomedical Sciences, Professor of Respiratory Immunology, Head of the Division of Respiratory Sciences at the National Heart and Lung Institute, and Vice Dean for Institutional Affairs in the Faculty of Medicine, Imperial College, London.  After obtaining … Continue reading SE3 EP2: Leadership in academia – Prof Clare Lloyd

Se3 Ep1: Sexism in marketing: it’s all about Brandsplaining – Jane Cunningham and Philippa Roberts

For the 1st episode of our 3rd season, we are joined by Jane Cunningham and Philippa Roberts, authors of “Brandsplaining: Why Marketing Is (Still) Sexist and How to Fix It” and co-founders of Pretty Little Head, the UK’s leading research consultancy specialising in female audiences.  After working in the marketing industry for many years, Jane and Philippa … Continue reading Se3 Ep1: Sexism in marketing: it’s all about Brandsplaining – Jane Cunningham and Philippa Roberts

se2 ep9: Improving women’s intimate health – dr chiara heide

In the final episode of this season we are joined by Dr Chiara Heide, founder and CEO of BrightCure, a biotech company developing next-generation microbiome fem-care for women who suffer from urinary tract infections. Chiara holds a PhD in Chemical Engineering, and was the founder of Women in STEM at Imperial College.   Today we … Continue reading se2 ep9: Improving women’s intimate health – dr chiara heide

se2 ep8: Rethinking our brains – prof gina rippon

In the eighth episode of this season, we are joined by Professor Gina Rippon, Emeritus Professor of cognitive neuroimaging at the Aston Brain Centre in Birmingham. Gina was the president of the British Association of Cognitive Neuroscience in 2015 and has also sat at the editorial board of the International Journal of Psychophysiology.   Gina’s research focuses on developmental disorder including dyslexia and autism, … Continue reading se2 ep8: Rethinking our brains – prof gina rippon