In part 1 of our Women CEOs: Insights from life science leaders series, Proclinical Executive Senior Partner, Claire Perry, speaks to Angela Cunningham, mentor for female executives, about empowering women in the workplace, and overcoming self-doubt and imposter syndrome in leadership.
Angela Cunningham has 25 years’ experience holding leadership roles in both the UK and the USA in a variety of industries, including retail, education, technology, real estate, print and digital media.
Throughout her career, Angela has advocated for and amplified women at work and is driven to see more women in leadership roles. Through the power of mentorship, Angela believes that, as senior leaders, we have a vital role to play in supporting women in the workforce.
Currently working as Director of Partnerships for a global, non-profit organization teaching public speaking and leadership skills, Angela is a journalist and writer, contributing to websites and magazines on the topics of women in leadership. Angela holds. a BA Honors degree from Surrey University in the UK, a Master’s degree from Lancaster University in the UK, a post-graduate diploma in Journalism from the University of Central Lancashire in England, and a diploma in Women in Leadership from Cornell University, USA. She also founded The Steamie Collective and Female Mentorship International, both focused on bringing online communities of women together to share their career experiences and provide support through mentorship.
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