9 May. Glasgow Talks...Women in Sport
Issued: Mon, 11 Mar 2019 11:38:00 GMT
Date: Thursday 9 May 2019
Time: 8.00am - 10.00am
Venue: 200SVS, 200 St Vincent Street, Glasgow G2 5SG
This May we welcome Maureen McGonigle, who founded Scottish Women in Sport in November 2013 to increase the profile and raise awareness of all areas of women in sport in Scotland.
Maureen is also Chair of Scottish Sports Futures, an organisation that empowers young people through the power of sport, and a Director of the School for Social Entrepreneurs. A member of the Scottish Government Women in Sport Advisory Board and Boxing Scotland's Participation and Diversity Group.
Maureen has been involved in sports administration for over 25 years. Executive Administrator of Scottish Women’s Football till December 2013, Maureen was the first female Scottish FA Council Member and Non-Professional Game Board member in football in Scotland. She is the only Scottish FA female life member.
Maureen currently writes a weekly column for The National on women and girls in sport and co-hosting #Letshearitforthegirls - a weekly radio show on Rock Sport Radio.
In addition, we are delighted that Maureen will be joined by Hannah Rankin, the first female boxer from Scotland to win a World Title who will reflect on her own experiences.
Join us, as we celebrate the contribution made to sport by women and discuss what steps we can do to empower future generations of young people to continue to excel in sport.
Glasgow Talks - sponsored by the Adam Smith Business School and the Clydesdale Bank - is the Glasgow Chamber of Commerce's monthly series of business seminars featuring influential guest speakers drawn from the business and political elite.
As part of our sponsorship with the Glasgow Talks series, a limited number of free places are available for students, staff and alumni of the Adam Smith Business School. If you would like a free place for this event, please email to Lindsay.Mccready@glasgow.ac.uk by Friday 3 May 2019. Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.