Thursday 4th April 2019

WISH London Spring Newsletter 2019

WISH London have had a busy start to the year hosting two sell out events 'How to develop the right career strategy' and a joint event with the Housing Forum at the Brighton CIH. We have also welcomed a new Chair and Board members.

WISH London have had a busy start to the year kicking off with a full house at our February event ‘How to develop the right career strategy’. With a highly engaged audience putting some great questions to our expert panel. The whole session was excellently facilitated by Elly Hoult Programme Director NHGhousing. To read about the full event click here.

In March we co-hosted a panel event at CIH Brighton with the Housing Forum called ‘Changing the Dynamic – The Benefits of a Diverse Workplace’, this was a sell-out event with lively, engaging discussions, to read more about the panel, discussions and feedback click here.

Our next event is being held on 2nd May, ‘You are what you Tweet’ hosted by Joel Sampson Sales Manager at We Are Resource who will explain how to make Social Media work for us and to help build our professional online profile and personal brand. To book your tickets click here.


We are delighted to announce the following changes to the London WISH Board!

Tracey McEachran from Curious Minds will be taking over the role as Chair with Theresa Mohammed from Trowers & Hamlins supporting her as Vice Chair. Maria Moriarty of Network Homes will be leading London events going forwards. We would like to wish you all the best of luck in your new roles!

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