A series of profiles of women who work at Parliament published online

25 January 2017

A series of inspiring profiles of women who work at Parliament have been published on the online magazine Womanthology.

The articles cover a host of topics including career progression, what it is like to work at Parliament and advice for girls and women interested in a career in politics and government.

The full profile series is available to read online:

  • Amy Pitts - Head of Visitor and Retail Services
  • Fay Tennet - Deputy Head of Security Operations, Parliamentary Security Department
  • Laura Bristow - Digital Outreach Manager
  • Anne Foster - Head of Diversity and Inclusion at the House of Commons
  • Lorna Booth - Head of Economic Policy and Statistics in the House of Commons Library
  • Lynn Hobson - Senior Community Outreach and Engagement Officer for North East, Yorkshire and the Humber
  • Portia Dadley - Sub-editor for House of Commons Hansard

Further Information

These articles were facilitated by the Media Relations Team.

Photo Credit: Mark Duffy

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