#WorkEqual Conference Speakers

Christine Armstrong – Journalist and author

Christine Armstrong is the author of ‘The Mother of All Jobs’, which explores how work has changed in the last 20  years and the pressure this has created. Christine is a communications and leadership consultant and a highly engaging, humorous speaker. Christine’s book was a finalist in the Business Book of the Year Awards 2019. She also writes regularly for The Times and Sunday Times, The Daily TelegraphManagement TodayGrazia and Red.

Gender Equality Conference

Tatjana Latinović, Chair of Icelandic Women‘s Rights Association

Tatjana is a member of Gender Equality Council at the Prime Ministry; a founding member of W.O.M.E.N. in Iceland, an NGO for immigrant women founded in 2003; the Chair of the Immigration Council at the Ministry of Welfare, as well as serving as Chair of Icelandic Women‘s Rights Association.

Mark Paul – Irish Times Journalist

Mark Paul is a columnist and also the Business Affairs Correspondent at The Irish Times. He writes the weekly Caveat column on the business backpage each Friday. He has also written extensively about issues such as female representation in boardrooms and at senior executive level in Irish business, and the drive to increase paternity leave and shared parental leave rights, and how this could affect workplace gender equality.

Emer Bucukoglu – Senior Consultant at Innecto Reward Consulting

Emer has over 20 years’ experience working in reward. Her major clients include ITN, The Crown Estate and Innocent Drinks. She has extensive experience in reward strategy development, equal pay and gender pay. She worked closely with clients during the implementation of gender pay gap reporting in the UK.

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Orla O’Connor – Chair of the National Women’s Council of Ireland

Orla O’Connor is Director of National Women’s Council of Ireland (NWCI), the leading national women’s membership organisation in Ireland. She was recognised as one of the 100 Most Influential People by TIME magazine in 2019 for her work as Co-Director of Together for Yes.

The full conference programme will be published soon.