Inspiring the next generation: Modern Muse

Posted on: November 25, 2010

Forgive me for I have sinned… it has been many weeks since my last post.

Just a quick note about Modern Muse, which launches today in the UK.

Modern Muse sets out with the none-too-modest aim of reaching and inspiring 1 million girls in the UK over the next three years. The project has been conceived by everywoman, who describe it as “a major initiative designed to inspire and engage the next generation of female business leaders and entrepreneurs by showcasing successful women of today in all walks of business life.”

Importantly, it will provide a platform for businesses, educational organisations, leading business women and aspirational females to connect with one another.

I am delighted and honoured to be one of 100 Founding Muses – and to be a part of building this inspirational new network.

You can read more and sign up at, buy the book, and check out coverage in The Independent, and Financial Mail Women’s Forum.


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