• Kim Nokwaza, Trust Specialist

    Kim is a Trust Specialist who has operated within the Banking sector in South Africa for the past 12 years. She would like to be an influence in changing the behaviour of women who still defer critical financial decisions to their husbands/male partners. Her blog is a platform that gives her peers an opportunity to review their careers, take control of their finances and lead meaningful lives.
  • Kate, Founder, The Corporate Life & Assistant Project Manager

    Kate is an Assistant Project Manager and the Founder of The Corporate Life. She started the instagram page initially as she felt there needed to be more positive role models on social media that promoted working hard to reach your goals and also to be a platform to inspire women and let them know they can achieve anything they strive for in life.
  • Monika, Investment Banker

    Monika is an Investment Banker living in London. She lived in New York for three years before moving back to the UK and has started her instagram page as a way to share her outfits for work. She wanted to get unbiased feedback from like-minded women in her age range. 
  • Nisha, Risk Manager

    Nisha works in Risk Management for one of the Big 4 banks in Australia and shares her work wardrobe on Instagram in order to help other women find looks that will make them look chic and professional in the workplace.
  • Karina, Corporate Lawyer

    Karina is a corporate lawyer living in the heart of Europe. She defines herself as a photo-freak and aims at giving advice about what to wear for work and how to behave in a business setting through her instagram page.
  • Alessia, Financial Services Lawyer

    Alessia is a financial services lawyer from Toronto and the woman behind the instagram page todaysprofessionelle. She started it as she needed a creative outlet and has recently launched her IG TV series where she talks about everything she has learned in her career so far.
  • Virginia, Competition/Antitrust Lawyer

    Virginia is a 33 year old Sydney-based lawyer and the woman behind the blog & instagram @WhatVeeWore – a corporate and workwear style page. She is a Senior Associate in an Australian law firm working in the Competition/Antitrust practice group. She was admitted to practice in 2010.
  • Zeinab, Associate Consultant

    Zeinab Ozigi is an Associate Consultant of a Financial Services Consultancy firm in London. The firm places her with Tier 1 Investment Bank clients on a project by project basis for a minimum of 6 months. This gives her the flexibility to work when she wants, prioritize her family or discover new joys such as Corporate Styling.
  • Bri Jones, Founder, Lawyers' Fashion

    Bri is the founder of Lawyer's Fashion and a former Lawyer in Sydney’s CBD - she has recently decided to resign from this role to pursue a different career path. She started the corporate fashion blog in 2014, whilst working full time and from the very beginning, she wanted to create a page that was aspirational yet attainable.
  • Rebecca, Audit Manager

    Rebecca is an Audit Manager at a big 4 firm in Manchester, who has moved just over two years ago from a small city in North West of England. She is the woman behind the instagram page One Corporate Blonde - her fashion diary which she started because she felt there was no fashion inspiration for young ambitious women in the corporate world. 
  • Charlotte & Rebecca, Founders, The Look

    Charlotte and Rebecca are both corporate lawyers living in Hong Kong and founders of The Look. They want to encourage women to bring fashion (and fun) into the office and break out of the boring corporate-clothing stereotype. They work long hours and are dressing for work most of the time but brands and fashion blogs are so focused on weekend fashion or creating looks that just aren't office-friendly - hence the reason they started The Look.
  • Lindsey, Equity Research Associate

    Lindsey is an equity investment research associate and the woman behind @msyoungprofessional - the hilariously brave comedy blog disrupting the traditional meaning behind what it takes to be a “successful professional woman” by poking fun at all the extra obstacles women face both inside and outside the office.