International Women's Day 2022

The Chartered Governance Institute UK & Ireland is committed to promoting gender equality. To celebrate International Women’s Day, and this year’s theme of #BreakTheBias, we are sharing the stories of key women leaders in governance from around the world.


#BreakTheBias

The Chartered Governance Institute UK & Ireland is committed to promoting gender equality. To celebrate International Women’s Day, and this year’s theme of #BreakTheBias, we are sharing the stories of key women leaders in governance from around the world. In this series of interviews, our members discuss their experiences as senior women working in governance. They share their perspectives on how to ‘break the bias’ through initiatives and actions that support the creation of a gender equal, diverse and inclusive world.

Mosope Ogunjobi ACG Interview

Mosope Ogunjobi ACG

Rising star and Instagram influencer, Mosope speaks to us about whether women are now more visible in senior governance roles.

Meet Mosope

Chartered Governance Qualifying Programme

Angela Bozniak-Szekeres FCG

Angela, a company secretary, speaks to us about her experiences and work in supporting female leadership.

Meet Angela

Jane Bitek-Langoya FCG

Jane Bitek-Langoya FCG

Jane speaks to us about her career and the success of the push to increase opportunities for women in Uganda.

Meet Jane

Graziella Bray FCG

Graziella Bray FCG

Graziella tells us about her experience of how mothers and young women can be supported in their careers.

Meet Graziella

Tesse Akpeki FGC

Tesse Akpeki FGC

Tesse speaks to us about why it is so important that company leaders support the mental health and wellbeing of their staff.

Meet Tesse

Connie Smith FCG

Connie Smith FCG

Connie shares the positive steps the Barbados Government have taken towards gender equality and why she has become an ESG champion.

Meet Connie

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