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Woman in Business with Prof Heather McGregor Executive Dean of Edinburgh Business School

Woman in Business with Prof Heather McGregor Executive Dean of Edinburgh Business School

@ Royal Scots Club 30 Abercromby Place EDINBURGH None EH3 6QE

21st March, 2019 12:30-14:30 Event 35.00
Our Inspiring Women in Business lunches invite Scotland's leading ladies to share their story of business success.

In March, we are delighted to welcome Professor Heather McGregor CBE, Executive Dean of the Edinburgh Business School, Heriot-Watt University to speak and you're invited to join us.

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Professor McGregor is also the principal shareholder and non-executive chairman of the executive search firm Taylor Bennett. She is also the founder of the Taylor Bennett Foundation, which works to promote diversity in the communications industry. In addition, Professor McGregor is a non-executive director of two public companies.

Professor McGregor has a Ph.D. from the University of Hong Kong in Structured Finance and is an experienced writer and broadcaster, including writing for the Financial Times for 17 years. She is also a founding member of the steering committee of the 30% Club, which is working to raise the representation of women at senior levels within the U.K.’s publicly listed companies. In June 2015, Professor McGregor was made a Commander of the British Empire for her services to diversity and employment. In February 2017, she was appointed by the U.K. Government to be a member of the Honours Committee for the Economy.

We look forward to welcoming you to our Inspiring Women in Business lunch in March, with Professor Heather McGregor, Executive Dean of the Edinburgh Business School.


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