Strictly Democracy 2014 Video

STRICTLY DEMOCRACY – INSPIRATIONAL WOMEN COMPETE FOR DEMOCRACY AWARD, NO DANCE MOVES INCLUDED
Rising female stars from science, technology, medicine, charity work and social innovation competed in a competition called “Strictly Democracy” during this year’s Houses of Parliament “Parliament Week” at Rotary in London Headquarters at York Gate, Regent’s Park.  
Five women contestants who are academics, entrepreneurs and campaigners were judged and a winner was awarded the title “Woman of Democracy 2014”.  Among the judges was Past District Governor Eve Conway, who will be President in 2016-17 of Rotary International in Great Britain and Ireland, and other Rotarians from the District were in the audience. 
Here is the video of the event:

BFWG Strictly Democracy 2014 from BFWG on Vimeo.

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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