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02 Dec 2021
Women Who Mean Business: How to become a C-Suite Executive

The ‘Women in Business’ is an opportunity for all genders to better understand women in business, and how their roles influence business agility and growth. The ultimate goal is for businesses to better understand, and foster a deeper empathy for female leaders.

Jacqui Lipinski has a breadth of experience in both Business and Technology in the UK and International markets working in several sectors including Higher Education, Onshore/Offshore Financial Services, IT Consultancy, Sport and Leisure, Commercial Property, Creative Arts and the Voluntary Sector. Recently appointed CIO and Director of Digital and Technical Service at the Royal College of Arts London shares her experience and journey to the c-suite.

The programme modules will collectively deliver the following learning outcomes:
- Strengthen Your Leadership Skills
- Establish a Strong Professional Network.
- Enable you to build supportive professional relationships and business networks.
- Develop Problem-Solving Skills (how to address business challenges by developing problem-solving strategies).

Related Resources
Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) Programme Package
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Speakers

Jacqui Lipinski

CIO at Royal College of Art


Summary

Jacqui Lipinski is the CIO and Director of Digital and Technical Service at the Royal College of Arts London. Prior to this she was Head of Products at Imperial College. Jacqui is a compassionate and determined leader; using her enthusiasm and humility to inspire and embolden others to achieve their potential and deliver great outcomes for organisations. Jacqui is married and has three grown-up children and a lively Springer Spaniel! In her spare time she enjoys competitive sports.

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