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Careers: Building Your Network

Careers: Building Your Network

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Location: Heythrop College

AN EVENT FOR HEYTHROP, FORDHAM & ALBAN HALL (INTERCOLLEGIATE) STUDENTS ONLY.

On Thursday 19th November the HSU welcomes a panel of four distinguished guests to meet with students and share experiences about their own careers. Come down to hear their advice on how to start, and then progress, your career post-studies and take this valuable opportunity to ask them any questions. The panel will be preceded and followed by a selection of cheese & wine, after which students are invited to continue networking in the HSU Bar with recent graduates. This is an opportunity to think about your future in both the long and short term as well as hopefully an opportunity to expand your own network of contacts.

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PROGRAMME:

6pm - 6.30pm:    Cheese & Wine served in the Newman Room

6.30pm-7.30pm:  Panel Discussion followed by Q&A  

7.30pm onwards: Guests move to the HSU Bar for networking

SPEAKERS:

 

Tamsin Eastwood

Consultant at Stone King (law firm)

 

“Tamsin has 25 years’ experience in the legal field having practised in a variety of areas including corporate finance, banking and financial services law.  Hers has not been the conventional path: having left a City partnership, she has worked for a firm in the north west, returning more recently to join Stone King. On the way she has worked for a wide range of clients – from the small entrepreneurs through the mid-sized unquoted companies and quoted international operations.”

 

Mike Egan

Former partner at UHY Hacker Young LLP

“Mike Egan is a governor of Heythrop College and a member of the finance committees of CAFOD and the Carmelite Order in the UK. Until the end of 2013 he was a partner in UHY Hacker Young LLP, a top-20 firm of Chartered Accountants in the City of London, where he specialised in advising and auditing financial services firms. As Head of Audit he was also responsible for graduate recruitment and career progression.”

 

 

 

 

Ruth Whitaker

CEO of the charity MAF (Mission Aviation Fellowship)          

 

“Ruth is the CEO of the charity MAF (Mission Aviation Fellowship) UK, leading a team responsible for representing the mission in the UK, raising awareness of the work, raising support and recruitment for overseas programmes.

MAF is a worldwide Christian organisation operating over 135 light aircraft in 25 developing countries to enable aid, relief and life transforming help and hope to reach isolated and remote communities.

Ruth studied aeronautical engineering at university. She gained varied experience within the aircraft industry with British Aerospace, (BAESYSTEMS) and Airbus Industrie, in project management, procurement, business development and customer support roles.”

 

Mike Kendall

Former Director of a County Council

“Mike qualified as a lawyer October 1975, employed in child-care work, then litigation, and finally environmental law before becoming a chief officer of a city council in 1992, then Director of Corporate Services for the same council and lastly a director of a county council until retirement in 2008. Subsequently a consultant with a firm of solicitors, an Assistant Coroner, and latterly a Parish Councillor for his village.” 

 

 

 

Booking information to follow shortly.

Contact Name: Matt Holland
Contact Email: m.holland@heythrop.ac.uk
Contact Telephone: 020 7795 4277