TSA Clients & International Women’s Day 2023
Books, Speakers, Company

On this International Women’s Day 2023, we would like to take the opportunity to highlight the work of some of our clients that highlights the female experience and history across a broad range of areas. Read on below for a selection of some of the exciting things they are getting up to:

 

Catie Munnings

Zenith Watches have announced their mentorship programme for 2023, which includes Catie Munnings as one of three mentors. This programme will see three women determined to achieve specific goals spending time with three ZENITH DREAMHERS, who will take on the roles of mentors and even life coaches.

Jaega Wise

Jaega Wise is hosting the Women’s Day Brew at Wild Card Brewery. This is an annual event to celebrate International Women’s Day, where brewsters from around the world will be making a beer at the same time under the ‘Unite’ branding, its purpose: to educate and promote women in brewing through collaborations.

Kate Mosse

Kate Mosse is currently on tour with Warrior Queens & Quiet Revolutionaries: How Women (Also) Built The World. The show sees Kate celebrate the lives of extraordinary, brilliant, trail-blazing and heroic women from throughout history whose names deserve to be better known.

Kate says: ‘My hope is that Warrior Queens & Quiet Revolutionaries will inspire as I have been inspired. It’s a love letter to history and about how, without knowing where we come from – truthfully and entirely – we cannot know who we are.’

Kate was also on BBC 5Live talking to Nihal Arthanayake about the women that inspire her as part of the 5Live International Women’s Day celebration, including some of the amazing women who have been written out of history.

Jennie Agg

Jennie Agg is at the WoW (Women of the World) Festival this Friday. She’s part of a panel event called We Need to Talk about Miscarriage discussing the impact societal expectations, medical care and a lack of meaningful and practical support can have, as well as the very real and devastating phenomena of baby loss burnout. Other speakers include Adrift: Fieldnotes from Almost-Motherhood author Miranda Ward; Dope Black Mums campaigner Rosalyn Springer; and Jacqui Clinton, Fundraising Director at Tommy’s Charity.

Lauren Child

Lauren Child will also be making an appearance at the WoW Festival on Sunday 12th March for a panel discussion about The Little Match Girl Strikes Back by Emma Carroll, for which she did the illustrations. The two award-winning creators collaborated to reworked this Hans Christian Andersen tale into a new feminist classic, introducing a bold new heroine for future generations to treasure.

 

To close out a wonderful day of celebration, we’d like to end on these beautiful words from author and journalist Poorna Bell: