Eve Pollard worked on newspapers and magazines before becoming editor of the Sunday Mirror, where she won the Editor of the Year Award.
She was editor of the Sunday Express when it won both the Newspaper of the Year and the Sunday Newspaper of the Year awards. She is a regular broadcaster on television and radio. She is married to Sir Nicholas Lloyd and has a daughter, a son and three stepchildren.
Eve Pollard is Honorary President and a founding member of Women in Journalism. She is a Visiting Fellow at Bournemouth University and a regular TV and radio broadcaster.
"Thank you for your valuable contribution at the Home Ownership & Leasehold Management Conference and Exhibition last week. Your session was greatly appreciated and fitted well within a successful conference programme. The event was really well received by delegates and the two days received excellent feedback." Chartered Institute of Housing - February 2013
"Eve was great value - a good recommendation!" BPL Business Publishing - November 2009
Former editor of the Sunday Mirror and Sunday Express, she was the first woman to edit a national newspaper and worked for both Maxwell and Murdoch, but was sacked by neither! Mother of Claudia Winkleman.
Executive Editor of The Scotsman writing regularly on finance and economics as well as covering politics and current affairs. A regular contributor to Scotland on Sunday and Spectator Business and a regular on BBC Scotland radio and television.
Former editor of The Sun and media entrepreneur. Hilarious speaker and insightful business man who could grab attention especially because of the recent phone hacking scandal.
Former Sunday Times editor. Presents the Daily Politics and This Week on the BBC and is often asked to chair conferences and speak, either keynote or after dinner. We saw him at the IoD a couple of years’ back and were very impressed in his analysis of current political trends, and their economic affects.