Balance for better is about building gender equality into the fabric of society- not just the working world. Removing systemic biases that disadvantage women and young girls across everything from health to education.
Layer gender with other minority characteristics and the challenges are amplified. Let’s promote and embody balance. Alternative thinking and open minds in our businesses, in our homes and in society.
International women’s day simply puts a spotlight on the progress so far and the progress yet to be made. But, let’s continue with this energy to improve the #balanceforbetter
We wanted to ask some of the incredible women at Seenit what they were most proud. Here’s what they had to say.
Kathryn Rockwell, Account Executive. Taken by Ed in London, using Seenit.
Being promoted to an Account Executive and helping major global brands on-board Seenit into their business.
Hannah Ajikawo, New Business Lead. Taken by Ed in London, using Seenit.
My biggest achievement is raising a beautiful boy and losing 12kg’s in weight.
Emily Forbes, CEO. Taken by Ed in London, using Seenit.
To build a team who celebrate and recognise the wins is really important, but to have a team who rally together and support one another through a challenge or difficult situation is an achievement I’m incredibly proud of.
Charlotte Emms, BI Engineer. Taken by Ed in London, using Seenit.
Giving a talk to 200 people at the Big Data LDN conference.
Roxane Von Hurter, On-boarding Manager. Taken by Ed in London, using Seenit.
Getting a 1st Class Honours Degree in English Literature and Film.
Phoebe Malcolm, Post Production Co-Ordinator. Taken by Ed in London, using Seenit.
Getting a job at Seenit.
Camile Thillaye, Product Designer. Taken by Ed in London, using Seenit.
Cooking the most delicious vegan meal! It’s a big deal!
Allison Leu, Creative Producer. Taken by Ed in London, using Seenit.
Learning how to throw pottery and pulling a 110kg sled!
Kirsty Darragh, QA Engineer. Taken by Dave in London.
Learning how to use a maths typesetting tool. I’ve managed to submit all my assignments so far as typed up pdfs rather than my usual handwritten scrawl.
Melanie Koehler, Data Scientist. Taken by Dave in London.
Gaining a PhD in Astrophysics and having twins who are happy and well.