Strathclyde Women In Leadership Network Celebrate inspirational women at Strathclyde

As part of International Woman’s Day, the Strathclyde Women in Leadership Network have launched their #StrathWomenLead campaign with a special awards dinner.

Celebrating inspirational women at Strathclyde, both past and present, the campaign shines a light on the achievements from female students and staff.

The launch of the campaign took place at The Grand Central Hotel with the #CelebrateHER Awards Dinner on Thursday March 7. The first of its kind at Strathclyde, guests were able to hear from Strathclyde Alumna of 2018, Sarah Jardine, and the announcement of the #StrathWomenLead Champions for 2019.

This year’s champion winners are:

  • Amnah Alshahrani, a PhD student in Computer and Information Science and president of the Saudi Society

  • Rosanna Moore, a fourth year student studying Social Work

  • Elspeth Drysdale, an advisor for the Strathclyde Law Clinic

  • Martine Park, a fourth year student studying Marketing & Psychology

  • Naina Bhardwaj, a fourth year English, Journalism and Creative Writing student

Read the amazing stories from the #StrathWomenLead Champions, and how they have made an impact across campus, here.

Kirsten Alexander-McGarry, from the Strathclyde Women in Leadership Network, said: ‘It was honour to be joined by past and present women leaders from the University of Strathclyde last night for our inaugural #CelebrateHER awards dinner! Our guest speaker, Sarah Jardine, shared words of wisdom, reflecting on her time at the University and reminding us that in a world where we can be anything, we should start by being ourselves!

'We received over 150 nominations of amazing Strathclyde women leaders, it was great to be joined by many of our nominees last night as we unveiled our five Champions. Each of our Champions inspired us in a different way, I am so pleased and honoured to have been able to celebrate them last night! It is clear that the University of Strathclyde has so many inspiring women leaders!’

You can read the full stories of the winners here.

 

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