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Future Events

Future events

Upcoming events in 2018 – stay tuned for dates!

Sharon White, CEO of Ofcom – 31st January 2018

Bianca Miller on the launch of her new book ‘Selfmade’ –  Spring 2018

Brunch with Yasmine Larizadeh – Co-Founder of The Good Life Eatery – March 2018

Dambisa Moyo, global economist, author and influencer – Spring 2018

Susie Wolff, worlds’ only female Formula 1 driver, MBE

Sharon White, CEO of Ofcom – 31st January 2018

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Sharon White took over as Chief Executive of Ofcom in March 2015. Before joining Ofcom Sharon had a long career in the civil service. She was second Permanent Secretary at the Treasury, responsible for overseeing the public finances. Before that she held Board level positions at the Ministry of Justice and the Department for International Development. She has worked as a civil service adviser at the Prime Minister’s Policy Unit and in Washington DC as a senior economist at the World Bank. Sharon is a trained economist and studied at Cambridge University and  University College London.

Yasmine Larizadeh Co-Founder of health food haven The Good Life Eatery – March 2018Yasmine Laziradeh

Since its launch in 2013, The Good Life Eatery has become a go-to fixture on the London food scene, with locations in Chelsea, Belgravia and Marylebone. Proving that healthy doesn’t need to mean scary, The Good Life embraces the Brit’s love of hearty food with a breezy, health-conscious LA vibe. Accessibility was at the heart of the company’s vision: there was a gap in the market for a good-for-you eatery that isn’t all raw food and kale juice. Join us for a healthy brunch as Yasmine tells us her story.

Dambisa Moyo, global economist, author and influencer – Spring 2018


Dambisa Moyo is a Zambian-born global economist and author who analyzes the macroeconomy and international affairs. She advises companies, corporate boards, CEOs and management on investment decisions, capital allocation and risk management. Her work examines the interplay of international business and the global economy, while highlighting key opportunities for investment; capitalizing on her rare ability to translate trends in markets, politics, regulatory matters and economics into their likely impact on global business. She serves on the boards of Barclays Bank, the financial services group, Barrick Gold, the global miner, Chevron, the energy corporation, and Seagate Technology. She previously served on the board of SABMiller, the global brewer. Dambisa was named by TIME Magazine as one of the “100 Most Influential People in the World,” and was awarded the 2013 Hayek Lifetime Achievement Award.

She holds a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry and MBA from American University, an MPA from the Harvard Kennedy School, and a DPhil in Economics from Oxford. Following her MBA from American University, Moyo worked at the World Bank from May 1993 to September 1995. She was a consultant in the Europe and Central Asia department and the Africa department, and co-authored the World Bank’s annual World Development Report.

After pursuing her MPA and PhD degrees at Harvard and Oxford, Moyo joined Goldman Sachs as a research economist and strategist in 2001. She was at the company until November 2008, working mainly in debt capital markets, hedge funds coverage, and global macroeconomics. Part of her tenure at Goldman Sachs was spent advising developing countries on the issuing of bonds on the international market. She was also Head of Economic Research and Strategy for Sub–Saharan Africa. Moyo’s first book, Dead Aid: Why Aid Is Not Working and How There Is a Better Way for Africa, was published in early 2009 and was a New York Times bestseller