We asked Lea Woods, from the Center for Women’s Leadership in Oregon, USA, what #TheNextFrontier means to her. “Frontier” brings to mind discovery, exploration, and innovation. So one could reasonably expect that progressing toward #TheNewFrontier in women’s leadership would necessitate that we implement changes that are, well, new. Paradoxically, progress sometimes compels us to rely […]Read more "What does #TheNextFrontier mean to you?"
We asked Priscilla Adade-Helledy, actress from Exhibit B, what #TheNextFrontier means to her. This response is written having personally experienced the closing down of Exhibit B in London and the fact that 300 policemen were needed in Paris to maintain the peace during its run. After the attacks on Charlie Hebdo staff, the surprisingly uniform Oscar […]Read more "What does #TheNextFrontier mean to you?"
We asked Lucy Harvey, Project Manager of Empower Malawi, what #TheNextFrontier means to her. Charity: the money we all donate to help those in the developing world. Largely it doesn’t work, it’s unsustainable and most importantly, it fails to empathise with the priorities of those it’s aiming to help. This is the fundamental flaw in the […]Read more "What does #TheNextFrontier mean to you?"
Wingshan Smith reflects on TEDx Courtauld Institute 2014, “Colouring Life” Volunteering for TEDx Courtauld Institute was a great opportunity to shadow an awesome organisation. After so many hours of watching inspiring TED talks online I was quick to sign up, especially because we would get to know all about the nitty gritty of planning such […]Read more "New Year Reflections"