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Signature Event in London: Personal Leadership

  • 28 Nov 2018
  • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM (GMT)
  • CIEE Global Institute London 46-47 Russell Square, Bloomsbury, London WC1B 4JP


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An exploration into getting the best out of your life & how you choose to live it

The Global Leadership League is excited to invite you to our first signature event in London. We have two amazing speakers who individually & with the organisations they have helped to found, have had huge success’, made mistakes, felt totally elated…. And scared too at times! Come along to hear about their personal journeys along the rocky yellow brick road of personal leadership. Sponsors for this event: CIEE Global Institute & Flywire

Speakers: Frances Scott – Founder of 50:50 Parliament  and   Tripti Maheshwari - Founder Student Circus 

Frances Scott founded 50:50 Parliament in 2013, being a passionate advocate for better gender balance in Parliament. She has campaigned hard to address this issue from organising events to providing submissions to select committees. When speaking for 50:50 in Canterbury she inspired Rosie Duffield to stand. Rosie then went on to be one of the 12 extra women elected to Parliament in 2017. This was the start of 50:50’s Ask Her To Stand campaign to encourage women along the pathway to Parliament.

Frances is an antenatal teacher with the NCT and has helped support thousands of parents through pregnancy, birth and early parenthood. She has sat on the Maternity Services Action Committee at St Mary’s Hospital.

Prior to having a family she had an international career in the hotel and tourism industry. She was involved in conducting economic, marketing and operations analysis throughout Europe and Asia. She was the first woman to be appointed to several of the roles she held in business.

Tripti Maheshwari founded Student Circus after graduation from Lancaster University in 2014 and gaining an MSc Finance from Cass Business School in 2015. She set up the search platform for international students in the UK to find Tier-2 employers willing to hire graduates. It is now used by 100+ universities which helps thousands of students based on skills and not the colour of passports!


Our members come from different backgrounds, abilities, levels of experience, and parts of the world. Our goal is to embrace this diversity and encourage relationships across generations and experience levels for the benefit of all involved. 

The Global Leadership League was started by a group of women in the field of international education for the purposes of advancing women’s leadership skills, knowledge, and connections.


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