Associate Editor and management columnist of the FT, she has poked fun at management fads and jargon and celebrated the ups and downs of office life for the past 15 years in her weekly Monday column.
Josceline Dimbleby has been one of Britain's most popular food writers for nearly thirty years. Her inventive cookery books have sold well over 2 million copies in the UK alone, and been translated into many languages. She also an advisor to healthy fast food chain Leon.
Best known as an agony aunt and columnist, Virginia is a very entertaining and humorous public speaker. She can talk, with humour, on the subject of growing old and what fun it is, but she can also give a laughter and tears history of the problem page, in her own inimitable style.
Former Scottish Labour MP and businesswoman, she held a number of Ministerial appointments before becoming a Cabinet Minister. She was British High Commissioner to Australia and was elevated to the Lords in 2010. With decades of experience in chairmanship, politics and HR management, Helen is much in demand as a speaker.
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.
Editor-in-Chief of MoneyWeek and a respected commentator on economics, financial markets and personal finance.
Merryn Somerset Webb