Women Of Influence

Women Of Influence
The Original Exhibition Great Minster, 19-23 Horseferry Road, London SW1 2AA. Below the digitally restored portraits

Baroness Margaret Thatcher. The UK's first female Prime Minister (1979–1990). Chancellor, University of Buckingham (1992–1999).

Dame Stephanie Shirley. Founder F.I. Group

Dame Ninette de Valois. Founder: The Royal Ballet. Juxtaposed with a principal dancer of the Royal Ballet

Julia Neuberger

Julia Neuberger
Julia Neuberger. Chancellor. University of Ulster 1994-2000

Lady Vallance of Tummel

Lady Vallance of Tummel
Lady Vallance of Tummel

Mo Mowlam (Deceased). First woman to have held the position of Secretary of State for Northern Ireland

Viviana Durante' - A Principal Dancer of The Royal Ballet

Margaret Beckett MP. The first woman to serve as deputy leader of the Labour Party

Betty Boothroyd. Speaker House of Commons.

Anita Roddick (Deceased). Visionary. The Body Shop.

Baroness Blackstone. MP. Former Head of Birkbeck College

Barbara Harmer (Deceased). First woman to pilot Concorde.

Carmen Calill. Founder Virago Press

Julia Cleverdon. C.E. Business In The Community

Mary Baker. President Women in Management. Non Executive Director Barclays Bank Plc

Norma Major at The Flat No10 Downing Street

Baroness Valerie Amos. Current UN Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator.

Yve Newbold. Company Secretary Hanson Group. Non Executive Director BT

Baroness Jean Denton of Wakefield (Deceased). Politician. Former British Racing Driving Champion

Ushar Prashar. Non Executive Director. Channel 4.

Rosalind Gilmore. Chairman Building Societies Commission

Rosalind Gilmore. Chairman Building Societies Commission
Rosalind Gilmore. Chairman Building Societies Commission

Chi-Chi Nwanoku. Double Bassist.

Janet Cohen. Charter House Bank

BarbaraBeck - Editor International Management Magazine

Shirley Ritchie QC

Jenni Francis - Black Business Woman of the Year 1992

Jane Reed CBE - Director of Times Newspapers Limited

Diane Abbot. First Black Woman in the House of Commons. Labour MP

Virginia Bottomley. Shadow Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport. Secretary of State for Health. Secretary of State for National Heritage.

Shirley Porter. Lord Mayor of Westminster 1991 - 1992

Patricia Hodgson. Deputy Chair Ofcom. Former Director of BBC Policy and Planning

Baroness Wilcox. Chairman National Consumer Council

Helen Sharman. The first Briton in space.

Janet Paraskeva. Director National Youth Agency.

Baroness Detta O' Cathain of the Barbican, London

Anna Vinton. Chairman Reject Shops. Director Cadbury Schweppes

Sheila Hancock

Sheila Hancock
Sheila Hancock. Actress.

Marion Hicks.Science Director, United Biscuits

Dr Elizabeth Vallance. Chairman Saint Georges Healthcare, NHS Trust

Commandant Anthea Larken. WRNS.

Lady Diana Brittan. Chairman Community Industry

Ann Burdus. Non-Exec. Director B.E.M. and Barclays Bank PLC

Jan Cadogan. Cadogan Management

Dr Mary Archer. Non-Executive Director Anglia TV / Mid Anglia Radio

Patricia Scotland. 1st Black Woman QC

Hilary Cropper. Chief Executive. F.I.Group PLC

Dorothy Drake. First Woman Director CBI

Opening of Original Women of Influence Exhibition

Glenda Jackson. Actress. Labour MP

Lady Howe

Prue Leith. Restaurateur

Barbara Mills (Deceased). First Woman Director Public Prosecutions. CPS.

Verity Lambert

Verity Lambert
Verity Lambert. Cinema Verity. Film Producer (TV series: Minder)

Baroness Glenys Kinnock

British Natural Body Building Champion

Example of Framed Portrait, Easel, Biography and Sponsor's Logo presentation

Role Model Biography. Sponsors Laminated Accreditation

Original BT sponsored educational pack

The Original UK Women of Influence Exhibition

USA Iconic Women:

USA Iconic Women:
USA Iconic Women: Tina Turner. Rock Legend.

Thursday, 13 September 2012