About this event
Mandu Reid, Leader of the Women's Equality Party, sits down with your new deputy leaders to give members the chance to meet them and ask questions. The event will be online on Thursday 2 July, 7.00 - 8.00 pm. You will get a link to join the (zoom) webinar when you RSVP.
About Our Guests
Tabitha Morton, Deputy Leader for Sustainability
Today Tabitha is CEO of cross-party campaigning organisation More United where she has grown the organisation from a start up to a membership organisation of 150,000 backing 64 MPs from six parties. Her commercial knowledge was honed from 15 years in the construction industry and being the first woman to be on the UK board of her organisation. Tabitha has a track record of developing strong teams and robust income streams in both the private and political sectors.
Christine Dean, Deputy Leader for Community and Connectedness
As a former family lawyer, Christine worked extensively in the area of child social care/child protection, advising and representing women on domestic violence and social care issues. She is passionate about fighting for women’s equality and improving women’s ability to be heard.
Hannah Barham-Brown, Deputy Leader for Making Change Happen
Having created the campaign group “Junior Doctors - Our Lives in Your Hands” during her final year of medical school, Hannah went on to cut her political teeth as a trade unionist in the British Medical Association (BMA), where she is a member of their Council and the only junior on the national Gender Pay Gap in Medicine Review Steering Group. She is training as a GP in Leeds part time and, following her two TEDx talks, travels around the UK speaking about equality, Disability and inclusion. Through her work with the BMA, she has benefitted from formal Leadership and Media training programmes and has gained a reputation for asking the difficult questions and coming up with unique solutions.