I'm a dynamic creative leader with over 20 years experience. In recent times I've won a plethora of awards, including a gold Cannes Lion for 'The Not So Beautiful Game' work for NCDV. I regularly speak on panels, podcasts and the like and have been featured in various lists including The Dots 100 Trailblazers, a Young Creative Council’s Badass Gal, a HERoes Top 100 Role Model Women Executives, a Pitch Magazine Superwoman and 40 Over Forty.
I have an ambition to affect positive change through disruptive solutions, both within and beyond advertising. I've written and directed short films and co-curated two exhibitions (‘There’s a Good Girl’ and ‘There’s a Good Immigrant’) with a view to encouraging conversations to create change.
Almost five years ago I founded the popular, non-profit, event ‘Good Girls Eat Dinner’. The mission is simple: to provide kick ass female role models across the creative industries. Every two months she invites four inspirational women to speak between the courses of a meal, sharing their experience and advice. The event has featured in various press, including Elle magazine. It's the most interesting dinner party you'll ever go to.