Promo Day

Promo Day

Attention all prospective candidates, you are cordially invited to our annual Promo Day on December 14th, 2015 from 10am-5pm.

We are pleased to announce that we will be hosting a series of workshops for candidates interested in joining Pink Dynasty in 2016 – see details below.

‘The Beauty of Being Financially Responsible’ hosted by Experian

‘Behind My Smile’ with Nana Afua Antwi – Model and Philanthropist

Professional CV writing with Victoria Palmer- HR Expert

‘Dress For Success’ with Samantha Campbell – Creative Consultant

Personal Branding hosted by Award Winning Journalist Andreea Groenendijk-Deveau

To RSVP please email sarah-jane@pinkdynasty.org , please note that due to limited capacity we can only allocate space to individuals who register before the close of business (5pm) on Wednesday December 9th.

Hope you can make it!

Many thanks,

PD Management Team

November 6

November 6

Remember, remember the 6th of November!

On Friday November 6, 2015, the Pink Dynasty committee will be hosting an open evening for prospective mentors and mentees. To find out how you can reserve a seat for this event or receive further information on how you can join this league of extraordinary women please email hello@pinkdynasty.org. Please note that due to limited capacity we can only allocate space to individuals who register before the close of business (5pm) on Wednesday November 4th.

Unconscious Suffragette

Unconscious Suffragette

“All my life I’ve done what men told me. Well I can’t have that anymore!” this is one of the many powerful statements uttered by Maud Watts, a character played by the amazingly talented Carey Mulligan in the movie (appropriately) titled Suffragette. 

Review by Adeola Onasanwo , Founder and Managing Director

This is a riveting film that successfully depicts the incredible long battle women fought to gain the right to vote in the UK. I took my teenage sister (Emma) to watch it over weekend and we were both captivated by how well the actors portrayed the bravery of  the ordinary working class women whose passion to achieve the right to vote led to the most important moments in British history. To date, Suffragette is the best movie I’ve seen so far this year and I strongly recommend it to anyone who is an advocate for women empowerment and gender equality.  

Please check out the Suffragette Movie and watch in awe as Maud evolves from an unconscious Suffragette into a determined freedom fighter.