To date, Brilliant Women has organised over 50 events in London and the South East. We hold many types of events from formal networking lunches to informal small training workshops.

PAST EVENTS

All our events are tailor-made to our clients’ requirements, so if you have an event in mind, please contact us for more information.

Mums United – March 13th 2013

The Mums United event was an event held in partnership with Bell Farm Christian Centre and Ruislip Baptist Church.

It was an opportunity for mothers and carers to come along and listen to some invaluable advice from speaker Katharine Hill from leading charity, Care for the Family, who spoke on the practical issues of being a mum of today, including the importance of the role of a mum, why you don’t need to be Super Mum, communication, love languages, discipline, boundaries and taking the long term view.

Brilliant Women Awards with Mrs Doreen Lawrence OBE, June 2012

Brilliant Women was proud to present the First Brilliant Women Award to Doreen Lawrence OBE.

This special evening with Doreen Lawrence OBE addressed the National Crisis of Parenting in Britain today. Brilliant Women is a social enterprise that takes an inter-generational approach to inspire and empower change, thereby supporting people to make that first step towards being the change they want to see in their world. This event showcased the perspectives of a representative Brilliant Teen, Brilliant Woman and Brilliant Elder and hosted a discussion addressing parenting issues, concerning:

  • The relationship between the generations
  • The communication between the generations
  • The understanding between the generations

Brilliant Women Anniversary Luncheon in Remembrance of Zoë Stavrinidis, February 2008

The event was a tremendous success with both the Mayors of Brent and Harrow joining forces to celebrate this great occasion. Brilliant Women Director, Yvonne Fuchs spoke about Zoë’s wish to build Brilliant Women in a humble, caring, loving and friendly way. International motivational leader, Sandra Smethurst, gave an inspiring talk about the difference one person can make.

Zoë’s brother George shared the appreciation and sentiments of the Stavrinidis family and extended his good wishes for the continuation of the great work of Brilliant Women.

From left to right: George Stavrinidis, Councillor Jean Lamimman, Mayor of Harrow, Carol Allen, Head of the Neighbourhood Renewal Team for Harlesden and Stonebridge, Councillor Harshaidbaid Patel, Mayor of Brent, Meave Darroux, Managing Director, Brilliant Women

OUR FUNDERS

Brilliant Women is grateful to the following donors and organisations that support our work

Children in Need
Comic Relief
The London Community Foundation
Lottery Funded
City Bridge Trust