International Womens Day – Five Cities Rotary Event – City Hall, London

There will be a Business Networking Breakfast for Rotarians in London and guests on the top floor of City Hall – the London Living Room – with amazing views of London – on International Women’s Day on Friday, 8th March, 2013, 7.30am for 8am start.   This is part of a Five Cities Rotary Event coordinated in London, Edinburgh, Cardiff, Belfast and Dublin to raise the profile of Rotary, particularly within the business community.  In London, we are linking with UN Women and the UN Women’s song will be performed by a choir together with the song’s composer Tom Morley, who founded the 80’s pop group Scritti Politti.  A keynote speaker will be Rebecca Stephens, the first British woman to climb Mount Everest. For tickets costing £15, which includes breakfast, please email DG Eve on [email protected] and please give your email the title of International Women’s Day London Event.

About Jonathan Nish - Rotary in London Webmaster

Jonathan Nish grew up and studied in Durban, South Africa. After working in Finance and IT roles for listed companies in the Logistics and Retail sectors in Durban and then Johannesburg, he was persuaded by a friend to take a working holiday to the UK in May 1999 and cash in on the "Millennium Bug". Well over a decade later Jonathan is still in the UK! After spells with a Travel Operator and an internet startup in London, he joined the 1st Contact Group. Jonathan has worked on a number of web and software development, compliance, integration and change management projects and piloted new business units and products. He currently serves Sable Group as Head of IT & Operations. Jonathan and his wife live in Surrey. He enjoys travel and volunteering. Jonathan is an active Rotarian, a Paul Harris Fellow and Past President of the Rotary Club of Putney