The Prince's Trust Women's Leadership Group is an innovative
fundraising initiative with a dedicated committee of leading,
influential women. Our members make a financial contribution to The
Trust and commit to raising funds to help young women get their
lives back on track.
Of the 55,000 young people The Trust helps each year, only
20,000 will be young women. And the majority of our donors are
male. Our mission is to involve more women in our work and to
motivate our female supporters to help us help more disadvantaged
young women than ever before.
WLG achievements to date:
- £3.2 million raised in pledged funds;
- 46 dedicated members
- 4 challenge events to exotic locations, raising a total of
- 6 Prince's Trust projects have been developed and delivered and
all core programmes supported
- Many volunteering opportunities taken up by members.
We are delighted to welcome Jennifer Chuppe, Associate Director and Senior Vice President for Macquarie Infrastructure & Real Assets (MIRA), Europe.
Members of the WLG came together to hear about the inspirational career of world-renowned fashion designer - and Veuve Cliquot’s Businesswoman of the Year 2012 – Anya Hindmarch MBE at her Bond Street store.
We are delighted to announce Maryann McMahon, Head of Litigation for EMEA, Morgan Stanley, has become a member of the Women’s Leadership Group.
We are delighted to welcome Tracey Woodward, Commercial Director for Urban Retreat, to the Women’s Leadership Group as our newest member.
We are delighted to announce that Alex Rickard, Head of Employee Proposition at Towry, has become a member of the Women’s Leadership Group.
We are delighted to welcome Natalie Bickford, Human Resources Director for Sodexo On-Site Service Solutions Europe, to the Women’s Leadership Group as our newest member.
We are delighted to welcome Sara Wyse, Head of Marketing and UK Business Development at Coutts, to the WLG.
We are delighted to announce that Sam Smith, Founder and CEO of Finncap, has joined the Women’s Leadership Group.
It gives us great pleasure to announce that Tanith Dodge, Director of Human Resources for Marks and Spencer, has joined the Women’s Leadership Group.
Over 50 leading women come together to gain inspiring insights from US journalist and author, Pamela Ryckman, on how women’s groups across the world are changing the face of business.