We’re very excited to be holding our next event very shortly, on 31st January. Can’t wait to have all the Remarkable Women in one room and really looking forward to the amazing entertainment we have in store
Here’s how the Nokia Lumia can fit neatly in to your busy lifestyle. Whether it’s editing powerpoint on the move, finding your way with Nokia Maps, listening to endless playlists on Nokia Music or taking amazing photos of your surroundings. It has it all!
Jen Brister is a born comedian she regularly tours the UK and takes part in the Edinburgh Fringe festival each year. Originally Jen wanted to be an actress but realised she was always being drawn back to stand up and so made the decision to focus on it solely. She says that there a lots of great female comics out there but you only have to look at the panels on TV to see that it’s guys who get the most support. Here’s to no-one ever asking “are women funny” again!
Naomi Richards, the only life coach for children as young as 6 years old in the UK decided she wanted more work flexibility when she was expecting her first child and so trained as a life coach. She now runs her own business from home, has written a book and helps children and parents alike. She loves her Nokia Lumia because it effectively brings together her work and personal life.
Barbara is co-founder of Youth Charity Elevation Networks, the charity works with young people and ex-offenders to help them get a foot on the employment ladder. Barbara strongly believes that it doesn’t matter what your background is, this shouldn’t hinder your chances of getting a job. She uses her Nokia Lumia all the time as it offers her peace of mind when not in the office and the ability to multitask.
Jess Gormley is a film producer who splits her time between Rankin Film Productions and a fantastic charity Streetwise Opera. Jess explains how it took her a while to achieve her goals and had some great breaks that set her on the inspiring path she’s on now.
Jo Behari features in Stylist Magazine talking about the inspiration behind her all female DIY company Home Jane and how her Nokia Lumia makes traveling between jobs much easier.
This edition of Stylist magazine: Naomi Richards and I were featured! Here’s my little bit of the mag. The text was edited by the magazine from a telephone interview which lasted a fair while as I do tend to blab on!
Thanks once again to Liz at Nokia, and to Ladygeek for inviting me to be a part of this amazingly positive community. ^_^
Ohmygod is this the one where you had to pick your ‘style’? YOU LOOK FABULOUS!!! :)
(glasses whoohoohoo :p)
haha, yep! that’s the one! ^_^ I stole the glasses from a very obliging and lovely make-up artist as I’d forgotten mine. Doh XD
Eeeee, thank you for the sweet comments, guys. Really made me smile :)
Here is the first feature in Stylist Magazine showing all six women- Jo Behari founder of Home Jane all female home improvement company. Jess Gormley, freelance film producer for Rankin Film Productions and Streetwise Opera. Barbara Kasumu, co-founder of Youth Employment charity Elevation Networks. Jen Brister, comedian who has toured the UK. Emma Vieceli, award winning comic artist and Naomi Richards the only life coach in the country to work with kids as young as 6 years old.
Jess Gormley, producer for Rankin Film Productions and Streetwise Opera doing a great job on set