The next Great Minds lecture will be by Charlotte Hogg on Monday 6th March.
Said to be the most powerful woman in the Bank of England’s 300-year history, Chief Operating Officer Charlotte Hogg will share her experiences of life at the top of England’s central bank and reflect on her career in finance and banking. Prior to taking up her current position in 2013, Charlotte was Head of Retail Distribution and Intermediaries at Santander UK. She has also worked at McKinsey & Company where she was a Principal in Financial Services, at Morgan Stanley where she was Managing Director of Strategic Planning, was CEO of Goldfish Bank and then Managing Director of Experian, UK & Ireland.
Charlotte is a member of the Finance, Audit and Remuneration Committees (equivalent of Board) of Oxford University Press and is a Trustee and former chair of First Story Ltd. She was also a former Director of BBC Worldwide and member of Audit and Remuneration Committees, a former Governor of Nottingham Trent University and whilst in New York, former Board member of Partnership with Children.
Monday 6th March 2017, 11am for 11:30am start in AAD1W11 (the ground floor lecture theatre in the Art, Architecture and Design building). Note this is a change from the previously advertised venue.
This lecture is free to attend, however booking is advisable. Please complete the booking form http://lincoln.ac.uk/home/campuslife/whatson/eventsconferences/charlotte-hogg-lecture-06mar17.html or email email@example.com. If you have any queries regarding your booking please contact the Events Team on 01522 837 100.
More about the Great Minds Lecture Series
The Great Minds series gives an insight into the achievements of leading influential figures and recognisable faces from backgrounds such as the arts, business and economics, politics, health and science as well as bringing more local leading Lecturers and Visiting Professors to the fore.
Designed for prospective students, University of Lincoln staff and students, and members of the public alike, the aim is to inspire and encourage thoughtful conversation about careers, industries and disciplines alongside showcasing some of the diverse research and activities that take place within the University.