Consultant, writer and creator of the platform Women Who, Otegha Uwagba, will be joining us for breakfast at Dishoom on November 7th.
In the next of our intimate series of breakfast events, hosted in the comfort of Dishoom’s Carnaby Street conservatory, we will be talking to the inspiring writer, speaker, brand consultant and founder of Women Who, Otegha Uwagba.
Otegha has substantial experience working within the creative industries – from time spent at Vice and creative agency AMV BBDO, through to speaking and hosting events for organisations like The Guardian and It's Nice That. However, during this time Otegha found that she was not working with many women, and given that her "most rewarding professional relationships have almost always been with other women", she found this troubling. Otegha founded Women Who in 2016, as an initiative to engage with, connect and drive the careers of other creative women, highlighting their universal, shared professional experiences – something that recently landed her a spot on Forbes' 30 Under 30 list.
On Wednesday 7th November, Otegha will be joining us for breakfast at Carnaby Street's Dishoom conservatory to talk about the new edition of her Sunday Times bestselling career guide Little Black Book, her personal and professional experiences, and to discuss future projects. If you'd like to join the conversation over a naan or two, get in touch below to save yourself a seat.
London, W1B 5QB,
Start:7th November, 2018 at 9:00am
End:7th November, 2018 at 11:00am