Employable Me - Gender and Religion in the Workplace
When: Thursday, November 26, 2020, 5:15 PM - 6:30 PM
Employable Me is a series of network sessions and workshops focussing on certain social aspects of employability. Through conversation and discussion, these events will help you understand how your unique skills and experiences can impact your employability and future in the workplace.
Gender and Religion in the Workplace is the second event of the Employable Me series. For this event, we will be exploring faith in the workplace and the differences between men and women, communication skills, leadership confidence, and mentors and role models. Special guest speakers have been invited for this event to share their own experiences and journeys.
- Zeeshan Nazar (BSc. Psychology, 2019): Commercial Manager – Wholesale at BT.
- Farha Shahid (BA Human Geography, 2017): Communication/Digital Engagement Associate at UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency.
- Simran Kaur Flora (BA History, 2018): Alumni Event Assistant at Kings College Lonon.