Over 10 weeks 12 contestants compete to win Sweden’s top baking prize. This season American expat Germaine Thomas competes.
Good luck Germaine!
The founding principle of Ladies Who Lunch UK is ‘Women Empowering Women’ and my aim is to provide a forum for women of all backgrounds, cultures and nationalities to meet, share and exchange experiences, views and ideas in order to gain confidence, knowledge and grow. My extensive work experience includes legal PA, senior EA, project management and hospitality roles in corporations such as Marriott International, where I gained considerable insight and experience working in multi-national organisations.
In 2008, I pursued my passion for event management and following a series of successful social and business networking events, I founded Ladies Who Lunch UK. To date, the Ladies Who Lunch team have designed, managed and hosted events around the world, including the US, the Caribbean and most recently the UAE.
I am passionate about issues affecting women and actively raise awareness and funds for several charities including Cancer Research UK’s Breast Cancer Campaign, Breast Cancer Care, Champions in Pink (Barbados Cancer Society Breast Screening Program), Women For Women International and The Eve Appeal.
As part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we host annual ‘Ladies Who Lunch UK’ fundraising events in the UK and the Caribbean.
As a co-founder of Rocking Ur Teens CIC, I’m delighted to have helped create an inclusive forum to support teen girls to embrace their uniqueness, share, learn, grow and successfully navigate their teenage years to make change happen.
Women’s Coach of the Year 2014, APCTC award winner Jenny is a sought after executive coach and trainer, author of Rocking Your Role, the how to guide to success for female breadwinners, speaker, founder of Reflexion Associates leadership consultancy and Co -Founder of Rocking Ur Teens CIC.
Jenny was honoured to be listed in LinkedIn Uk’s Top 10 Power Women 2013 and is Vice Chair of the TwentyTen Club, an award-winning organisation and website committed to connecting, supporting and inspiring Black female entrepreneurs and the enterprising women of the future. Jenny is an Advisory Board member for Generation Success, a student-led society built on creating shared value between three key stakeholders: students, employers and charities.
She has been featured on TV across Europe, has been a guest on BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour, featured in Magic FM’s Book Club and been quoted and written articles for numerous publications. She is a blogger for the Huffington Post, has her own radio show and has been quoted on the front page of The Daily Telegraph on the rise of stay at home fathers being fuelled by the growth of female breadwinners.
History in The Making.
My name is Madeleine Fall and I am a citizen of the world, Senegal made me and Sweden raised me.
I can Only see the Opportunities in life and there are no limits for how far I can go. My fantasy is my best friend.
In my world it is all about love, joy, hardwork and Gratitude of course. I want to get out, travel, experience the world and live in total Freedom. Fashion is my passion, bussiness women my biggest inspiration and the rest is History.
My life My choices and I choose to be Me.
Madeleine’s purpose for blogging is to uplift. Recent posts titles include
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Ethiopia’s Webalem Ayele (33:28) and Yewbdar Gela (34:07) and Sweden’s Isabellah Andersson (35:24) place 1, 2, and 3 in Sweden’s biggest 10k for women, the 32nd Tjejmilen.
I happened to meet world class runner Isabellah Andersson from Hässelby SK two evenings before the race in a hotel elevator. She was so gracious and said hello and then I recognized her.
“You’re an elite runner“, I said.
Isabellah smiled and said,
And I asked,
“You’re here to run Tjejmilen, aren’t you“?
And she said,
“Yes. Are you“?
“I’m walking it“,
I answered. And as she got out of the elevator she smiled and turn and stood as the doors were closing and said,
“Oh that’s good! What matters is that you’re doing it“.
And I did. Jag gjorde det!