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BRIGHTON: Save The World

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Save The World

SheSays: Save the World! a Brighton Digital Festival event

Thursday 21 September 2017 - 6pm (6.30pm start)

at Sallis Benney Theatre, 58-67 Grand Parade, Brighton BN2 0JY

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Welcome to a massive SheSays Brighton evening of networking at the Sallis Benney with four fabulous speakers, talking about the impact they are making to change the world. We're proud to be part of Brighton Digital Festival for the 6th year running.

We’re very excited to hear from the co-founder of global women in tech group Ada's List, Anjali Ramachandran. Anjali is also Editor/Partnerships for Brighton based content studio Storythings and writes the Other Valleys newsletter that focuses on creativity and tech from outside of the Western world. She is an RSA Fellow and on the advisory board of Angel Academe, a pro-women angel investment group. @anjali28

We are honored to hear from Laura Jordan Bambach, co-founder of global group SheSays. She's the creative partner at agency Mr President and is a former president for D&AD. Laura JB is a winner of numerous awards including ranked number one on The Drum's Digerati list of the top 100 most influential digital people in 2014. The Guardian calls her a "digital female icon”. @laurajaybee

We're delighted to have Jamila Prowse, the editor of Brighton based alternative magazine Typical Girls, creating positive representations of women, showcasing the work of female creatives, born out of a frustration at the lack of diversity in mainstream media. @TypicalGirlsMag

Be inspired by Michelle Watson who's online dating service "My Favorite Hello" is designed for people with aspergers, autism and learning disabilities. She's also the founder of London digital agency Winston Wolf with a focus on experience design and behavioural economics. Michelle worked for 17 years within the industry holding senior roles at DBG and Digitas. @MyfavehelloUK 

We can't wait to see you there!

Rifa and the SheSays Brighton team

Proud to be part of Brighton Digital Festival 2017. All genders, ages and backgrounds welcome.

Find us on Linkedin - SheSays Brighton chapter and on Facebook & Twitter 

@SheSaysBrighton #shesaysbtn 

 

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