LEAD5050 Women in International Education Awards 2019
Co-hosted by Lead5050 and The Global Leadership League
WOMEN IN EDUCATION AWARDS 2019, Saturday November 2nd 2019 19.00-22.30 Hotel Intercontinental
Budapester Str. 2, 10787 Berlin, Germany
The Women in Education Awards 2019 is now in its 3rd year and has become one of the most exciting events in the international education calendar. The evening is fun, fabulous, forward-thinking and fierce.
The awards recognise and celebrate the achievements of our most inspirational women. Gender non-conforming individuals, men and organisations who have shown exceptional commitment to gender equality in the workplace are also awarded.
By raising the profile of women in international education, the WiE awards inspire confidence, show that success need not be limited by gender and facilitate more women into positions of leadership.
We begin with a keynote address from one of the UK’s most influential and inspiring women.
Our keynote speaker is Sam De Reya. Sam is the Commander for Devon leading 1330 members of staff to deliver front line policing services, investigation and partnerships. Sam is actively involved in supporting equal opportunities and inclusion. She is proactively invested in leadership development, mentoring and coaching.
Favourite quote at the moment: ‘You can have it all just not all at once’ - Oprah Winfrey
Personal Mission: To always strive be my best self!
Heartfelt Belief: Living your life and delivering your business with ethics and integrity as a cornerstone, is the foundation for building trusting and confident personal and professional relationships.
Gravestone Inscription: ‘Here lies Sam de Reya - she got shit done’
We will then celebrate the successes of many wonderful women and enjoy an exceptional evening with everyone who supports them.
2019 sees the launch of a new Women in Education event. Please join us for the WIE Leadership Summit 2019. This is an opportunity to meet like-minded peers, develop your network, invest in your professional development and join the movement. Through learning and dialogue, we will improve our leadership skills and work together on our plans to actively achieve gender equality in international education and the world.