A graduate in English and American Literature at the University of Kent in 2010, Miranda has an eclectic editorial and communications background. Formerly working at Pearson and The History Press, Miranda is currently working as Project Assistant and all-round jack-of-all-trades at the London-based start-up, Archimedia. As well as working on events for IWI, Miranda also writes comedy and contributes as a Freelance Writer for The Good Review and Culture Whisper - adventuring to Europe for long weekends whenever possible!
Alissia is an Event Coordinator at International Women's Initiative. Currently based in London, Alissia has a degree in Languages and Foreign Cultures and one of her biggest passions is discovering new cultures. She also has a strong interest in human rights, in particular women's rights, and hopes that one day gender inequality will end giving both women and men the same rights and opportunities worldwide.
Juliet graduated from the University of Kent in 2009 with a degree in Anthropology, which, remaining a passion outside of work in the Financial Crime industry, takes her regularly around the world to visit sites of Anthropological significance. Juliet developed an interest in events through her volunteer work on a Notting Hill Carnival committee, and is now in the process of starting her own event design business. In accordance with this, she designed and handmade the decorations for IWI’s first Annual Gala in October 2016.
A South African living in London, with a passion for travel, new cultures and bees (despite being heavily allergic). During working hours Lauren is a marketing manager for Spence & Partners, and uses her ten year's marketing experience to manage campaigns and events across both online and offline marketing channels. Lauren is excited to join the IWI team and help promote such a great initiative.