As we welcome Spring, and a month very much dedicated to womenkind, we want to bring together our Hub Dot community to celebrate, rejuvenate and energise ourselves. And there’s no better place to meet. Within nature. A feast for our senses at The Garden Shop at Petersham Nurseries in Covent Garden. An evening of storytelling […]
What is professional identity? How do we find it and maintain it? How do we bring it around in our multiple moves? A few days ago I led a group coaching session for the participants of my online course to build a portable career. I shared my insights on professional identity. I always like to start my […]
We thank Alice Gritti for sharing with ExpatWomen at Work her interesting presentation on women aid workers, and some parts of the round table she generously held for us.
Are you an expat woman working in the international aid industry or have you been working in the aid sector in the past? Would you like to share your experience with other professionals like you?
Marina Cavazza, Italian, and Eglė Kačkutė, Lithuanian, have many things in common. They are both expats in Geneva, where they settled to follow their husbands in a global leader fellowship they had won. They are both mothers and they are professionals: Marina is a free-lance photographer and Eglė is a researcher and journalist. They met […]
I am full of interesting stories about my work. The one about me making a customer cry at a sustainable luxury goods fair during London Fashion Week is just one of them. I didn’t make the woman cry by telling her tales of woe about the impoverished Wayúu community that my foundation supports (although there […]