Global Co-operation House 65-69 Pound Lane, Willesden Green United Kingdom
Celebrating International Women’s Day 2019
A chance for women to explore how applied spirituality can ignite self-respect, return us to a state of inner balance and restore a vision of equality for everyone.
An afternoon of reflective practice and panel conversation.
Simone Frazier is a Leadership/Life Coach, Mindfulness Practitioner and an International Speaker with a background in Journalism. As an entrepreneur and Founder of 'Phenomenal Woman Global', a philanthropic mission to create significant change in business and other spheres for women; she aptly reminds us that 'You are the CEO of your domain': "Irrespective of your hustle, a stay at home mum, a class teacher; you must 'lean in' and affirm your position at the head of your proverbial boardroom table and salute yourself".
Dr Scherto Gill is Senior Fellow at the GHFP Research Institute and Visiting Fellow at the University of Sussex. Through research, grassroots projects and published work, Scherto actively explores ways to implement ideas such as spirituality, deep dialogue, ethics of caring, well-being, harmony and right relationships in social transformation and peacebuilding. She also speaks and lectures on these topics. Her most recent books include: Understanding Peace Holistically: From the Spiritual to the Political (Peter Lang); Happiness, Flourishing and the Good Life: A Transformative Vision of Human Well-being (Routledge); Ethical Education: Towards an Ecology of Human Development (Cambridge University Press). Scherto is a Fellow of British Royal Society of the Arts (RSA), a board member of Ara Pacis Initiative, a board member of the Spirit of Humanity Forum.
Maureen Goodman is the Programme Director for the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University, UK, and the Brahma Kumaris representative at the United Nations, Vienna. Working in the area of inter-religious dialogue nationally and internationally for over 30 years, Maureen serves on several committees, including the executive circle of the Spirit of Humanity Forum and the World Congress of Faiths, and is the Co-convenor of the Inner Voice Dialogues, exploring the spiritual dimension of dialogue. She has helped developed the University’s outreach work in the UK, in prisons, healthcare, education, youth and women’s issues. For 8 years she co-convened the annual International Youth Forum of the Brahma Kumaris in Mt Abu, India, bringing together youth from 50 countries. Maureen also travels widely giving workshops and lectures on themes related to spiritual development.
Giselle is the Founder of, a FinTech startup enabling digital payments via mobile phones in developing countries. Built on Blockchain technology, Zingr empowers the unbanked and underbanked population, as well as small businesses through a platform that makes accepting payments online and peer-to-peer seamless, fast and secure.
As an interdisciplinary technologist, she started her career as a Software Developer in Investment Banking where she gained a wealth of experience in her roles working on and managing high profile Technology projects on both the technical and business side. She is a champion for Women in Business and Technology.

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