Picture: Barrie Stewart, the Master of the Worshipful Company of Security Professionals, and First Lady Pauline Stewart
“Opening doors to women in security” could be said to be the theme of the next Women in Security lunch event, being organised by the First Lady of the Worshipful Company of Security Professionals (WCoSPs), Pauline Stewart.
Pauline Stewart, wife of the Master of the WCoSPs Barrie Stewart, has the honour of organising the annual Ladies Livery & Lunch. She is bringing her skills in leadership development – having worked professionally to foster leadership among women in construction, logistics and other industries – to her role as First Lady.
The lunch, scheduled for Thursday 22 January 2015 at the Vintners’ Hall in the City of London, will be a celebration of women in security and feature a keynote speech by Lt Col Clare Waterworth MBE LLB MA, Commanding Officer of the Special Investigation Branch, the Royal Military Police. She will be speaking on “What it’s like working as a woman in security”.
There will be a chance to meet the members of the court of the WCoSPs, including the Master and Court Assistants. And there will be “Networking with a Difference”, delivered by Networking Architect, Heather White, an international speaker, trainer, coach and author, renowned for delivering networking at its best.
For those who would like to join the WCoSPs, Court Assistant Sue Seaby will also be explaining the benefits of membership.
So reserve the date in your diary for the Women in Security Ladies Livery & Lunch event, 22 January 2015, at the Vintners’ Hall in the City of London.
To register your interest please contact the WCoSPs Clerk Tricia Boswell at email@example.com.