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For the first ever Empower Her Voice event in London, a group of fascinating women will discuss what it means to be a working mother in the arts today, whilst raising money for girls to attend school in Lahore, Pakistan. 

We have a fantastic lineup of speakers on the panel: Yana Peel (CEO of the Serpentine Galleries), Fiammetta Rocco (Arts & Books Editor at The Economist), Elif Şafak / Elif Shafak (author), Margy Kinmonth (film and television director), Joanna Kirk (represented by Blain|Southern), Martine Rose (fashion designer) and Alice Murphy (historian). 

Tamar Clarke-Brown (artist and curator) will be co-chairing the discussion with Susan Boster (founder of the Boster Group, trustee and director of Donmar Warehouse and Vice Chairman of the board of English National Ballet). There will be lots of time for questions from the audience at the end, and a drinks reception kindly provided by Beavertown Brewery.

This event will be aiming to raise money for our current EHV Education Project - to fund scholarships for girls to attend the Sanjan Nagar school based in Lahore, Pakistan. All ticket sales will go towards funding the entire education (12 years) of 10 young Pakistani girls. 

We hope to create an inclusive and positive space to empower voices and make a difference!

Thank you to Joey Yu for the beautiful graphics.