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Location: Asa Briggs Room, Richmond University (Kensington Campus)
Come along to the first joint careers evening between Heythrop College and Richmond University where we will have a panel of highly experienced professionals to learn from and engage with.There will then be an opportunity to network with the panelists as well as recent graduates from varying universities to talk about the transition from university life to the world of work and how to get that first position.
A selection of light refreshment and wine will be available throughout the evening.
- 6pm Prosecco Reception - Starbucks Cafe
- 6:30pm Panel Q&A - Asa Briggs Room
- 7:30pm Networking with recent Richmond and Heythrop graduates - Starbucks Cafe
Jeremy is the Chief Executive of the Equitas group of companies, Equitas was created to take over all the insurance policies written at Lloyd’s of London prior to 1993. Jeremy is also a non-executive director of a Lloyd’s Managing Agency which writes new insurance business on a worldwide basis. In addition to these insurance roles he is also a non-executive director of the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music and a governor of Heythrop College. Jeremy trained as an accountant after leaving university with a degree in Chemistry.
Loughlin is currently a Trustee of, and Senior Adviser to, Blueprint for Better Business. Blueprint is a charity that challenges businesses to be the force for good they can be in society; they provide practical tools to enable a business to be guided and judged by a purpose that respects human dignity and serves society. Loughlin is also an external Governor of Heythrop College and is a chartered accountant, prior to his retirement in 2011 he was at KPMG , one of the global accounting and consulting firms. He was in KPMG's tax practice for 30 years (and a partner for 22 years) and for last 6 years was Global Head of Tax and member of the Global Executive Team.
Audrey has over 15 years’ experience in entrepreneurial, innovative and creative industries. After completing her business school she joined a start-up in 2000 and moved to London in 2004 to work in the then thriving digital media industry. From apps management to content production, she has developed skills in different aspects of the sector, working on shows such as The X Factor and Coronation Street from the broadcaster and production side. She also consults for small creative businesses and worked on projects ranging from digital extensions of award - winning documentaries to helping the launch of high visibility clothing for cyclists. She is passionate about international development and has been volunteering in the field and recently completed a Certificate about the subject in the past year. She is now an Associate at social entrepreneurs programme OnPurpose. During the 1-year programme, she has developed a new company that helps business comply with the newly introduced Modern Slavery Act, and is currently working in the design of a platform that equips young people with relevant information about the workplace and connects them with future employers.
Trevor is Professor of PR at Richmond University and co-author of ‘PR Today’, and ‘PR- a Persuasive Industry?’. He was formerly the CEO of Chime Public Relations the UK’s largest PR group. In 2013 Trevor was awarded the PRCA ‘Mark Mellor Award’ for outstanding contribution to the PR industry. He is also Agony Uncle for industry bible PR Week.