Wellbeing - the impact of Covid-19 on Female Founders


Our panellist for this session include:

Sara-Louise Ackrill

Founder of Wired Differently, a UK-based social impact company that's based on her experience as an autistic person, therapist and coach. Creating products and services for neurodivergent people.

Ute Stephen

Professor of Entrepreneurship, Kings College London. Ute's research focuses on (1) the relationships between culture, institutions and entrepreneurship, (2) social entrepreneurship and inclusive business, (3) entrepreneurial motivation and well-being.

Christina RIchardson

Entrepreneur coach, trainer and community-builder dedicated to fuelling the humans behind the businesses in the UK. Together as founders, Christina believes we can transform our startup ecosystem to be happier, healthier, and that delivers returns for all.

Our Moderator for this panel will be:

Valerie Mocker

CEO of Wingwomen. Valerie's mission: enable more people to shape the future. Named one of Europe's 40 under 40 leaders, Valerie got into many rooms of power early on. She is an internationally renowned speaker, entrepreneur, board member and tech-for-good investor.