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“As a post operative Transwoman of a certain age, living and loving in London, Angie has decided to break her silence and share her life experiences with you. Her message is of hope and empowerment, to highlight the similarities we all share and not the differences. It’s very hard being anyone, this is exacerbated being non […]

You name it – she’s dabbled in it. Ex-lawyer, Ex- hotelier, Ex- parliamentary candidate and Actress. Currently excelling at being a bad wife and little bit of a layabout. To quote my Mother: ‘If you can’t seize the day, at least try and seize the late afternoon’.    She’s here to help Carpe the heck […]

Sandra Ewers is fighting the war on diabetes and keeping the dialogue open about this serious health condition.  This is an important message as there are currently four million people in the United Kingdom alone that have diabetes and nearly four hundred million worldwide.  Sandra is a public figure with a personal health and fitness […]

Timea is an internationally renowned marketing expert, she is a regular speaker at conferences and a published author on brand building and public relations. She won two pitch competitions, grew a profitable social enterprise and successfully exited from it. Currently, she runs her content marketing agency, Content Bonum Limited in London. She is the license holder […]

Kirly-Sue (aka Susanne Kirlew) is a vegan cook, TV presenter, vegan expert and author, born & bred in London to Jamaican parents, her Jamaican heritage is reflected in her cooking and baking. Kirly-Sue is helping to change the image of vegan food, so if you think being vegan is all about boring, bland tofu and […]

STEFANIA PASSAMONTE Stefania Passamonte is a international concert pianist, recording artist and entrepreneur. Founder and owner of the International Music Academy “London Piano Masters” as well as the classical record label Master Chords Records, Stefania is voting member of the Recording Academy for the Grammy’s Awards in the USA and the BPI for the Classic […]

Mary Fenwick started as a journalist with Radio New Zealand, before joining London Weekend Television. Current writing includes a monthly column for the UK’s biggest mindful living magazine, Psychologies. Mary is a director of Enterprise and Parliamentary Dialogue International (EPDI) advising on the role of women in building democracy and prosperity. She is a former business director of […]

Julia Greenaway has worked in broadcast journalism for more than twenty years. Before she embarked on her Postgraduate Diploma in Journalism at Leeds University, she was a children’s storyteller playing ‘Alice in Wonderland’ at a family theme park. She loves the tradition of storytelling in any form from those passed down the generations around camp fires to old and new writers alike. Her favourite book ? She likes contemporary stories that are honest and true to life like Isabel Losada’s ‘Battersea Park Road To Enlightenment’, books that have a great sense of place and character such as Penelope Fitzgerald’s ‘Offshore’ and she’s a mad keen Agatha Christie fan. Julia is keen to enable more and more women to successfully crack the worlds of writing and broadcasting.

Isabelle Schuler is the Founder and Composer at From Sonnet to Song. Growing up in the beautiful state of Oregon, Isabelle was first dazzled by Shakespeare’s works as performed by the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. She hopes to lead from the incredible example they set by making Shakespeare more accessible (and honestly more fun).   Isabelle […]

Martha is From Sonnet to Song’s Co-Producer and resident Director. She studied English Language and Literature at Oxford University, where she completed a hefty course on Shakespeare. She is an advocate for equal access to education, and she hopes that From Sonnet to Song will help to make Shakespeare more accessible.   When she’s not […]

Coming from a foundation arts training at Brighton College of Art and subsequent three years at the London College of Communication studying graphics my working life has been involved in visual creativity in one way or another.  I worked on part work magazines, ran print workshops for community groups of all ages, taught in special […]

Julia Collier was born in Windsor, grew up in Margate, and has lived in London for most of her life – apart from 5 years in Manchester, where she trained as an actress at Manchester Poly School of Theatre.   To earn a crust, she has worked in numerous offices as a temp (mainly within the […]