Last year you may have seen my series of posts around International Women’s Day, including a post on inspirational women of the 21st century. As well as my interviews with Jacqueline Fernandez, CEO and Founder of What You Do Matters and Laurél Alleyne, a producer working in the TV industry. I wanted to take this opportunity to look at positive things anyone can do to be a bit more like the successful women we aspire to be. So to mark… View Post

Stuck in the daily grind? Dread getting out of bed in the mornings? It’s easy to find a job but what about something you actually love? This post will help answer how to help develop your passion into a profession. One of those few people happen to be Jacqueline Fernandez, the CEO of What You Do Matters. I had the pleasure of catching up with her earlier this year on International Women’s Day to discuss the things that inspired her.… View Post

Continuing the theme on women who inspire, I want to explore gender diversity in particular challenges affecting women in the TV industry. So I decided to reach out to an old friend who is now working in the exciting and somewhat challenging, sector. We discuss topics and challenges facing not only women but those from ethnic minority backgrounds. We explore some of her own personal inspirations and tips for anyone looking to work in similar creative industries. With a passion for… View Post

In celebration of this year’s recent International Women’s Day I decided to find my own source of inspiration. So I reached out to Jacqueline Fernandez, a female CEO, to talk all things business as well her personal feats in recent years.    Graduating from the prestigious Goldsmith University with an MA in Counselling, at such a young age, Jacqueline is already the founder and CEO of her own non-profit organisation; What You Do Matters (WYDM).  What You Do Matters began in 2012 fuelled by… View Post

International Women’s Day (IWD) takes place annually on the 8th of March to celebrate achievements of women across the globe. Many organisations take part in the movement, thus contributing towards the development of gender equality. There are also some great resources on the IWD website to guide individuals or organisations who want to get involved. To celebrate today, I’ve put together my top list of inspirational women. In recent years, however, I  have seen some negative backlash on social media… View Post