Women in the City is managed by Networking Culture Limited, specialists in social capital management.
Gwen Rhys, CEO Networking Culture Limited
Helen Marsters, Awards Manager
Helen graduated from Oxford Brookes University in 1997 with a degree in Hotel and Catering Management. She spent several years in various management positions within the hospitality industry before moving to The Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, as Visitor Services Manager.
She’s now a freelance project manager and joined Women in the City team in January 2015.
She enjoys reading, cooking, walking in the countryside and trying to get a bit fitter!
Ramat Ttejani, Roving Reporter
Ramat has an BA (Hons) in International Business from the University of Hertfordshire and an MSc in Management Consultancy and Organisational Change from Birkbeck, University of London. Ramat works in Marketing for a Technology company and loves helping to tell the stories of others via digital platforms.
Ramat joined the WIC team in August 2015 and as well as capturing the stories of our events and various women associated with WIC, she’ll also be out and about on our behalf.
In her spare time she runs a charity that helps build schools in Ghana and a project that shares inspiration from strangers and streetart all over London with the world.
Peter Rawlinson, Operations Director, Networking Culture Limited
With an MA (Oxon) and an MSc from Henley Management College, Peter had a successful career for over 20 years at British Airways where his final role was within the Information Management Department. Skilled in Six Sigma and Lean process tools, he managed major change programmes across the airline.
Peter became a director of Networking Culture in 2010 and supports Women in the City through providing enhanced information and reporting processes.
Harriet Subramanian, Director, Flourish PR – media relations adviser
Spencer Harvey, Lone Creative – graphic design services
Volunteer Hospitality Team
We are delighted that a number of students and young professionals volunteer their time to Women in the City taking on roles that enable them to enhance their skills and add to their business experience or being part of our Hospitality Team.