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Taking notice of women leaders

by Tim Wyatt

Posted: 08 Aug 2014 @ 12:25

The Revd Sally Hitchiner (above) was among those who attended a debate on women in leadership, organised by the think tank St Paul's Institute, held last month at St Paul's Cathedral. It featured a number of women in leadership in the Church, business, and civil society.

The Revd Rose Hudson-Wilkin, Chaplain to the Speaker of the House of Commons, who is also a Prebendary of St Paul's Cathedral, a Priest Vicar of Westminster Abbey, and a Chaplain to the Queen, compared ...

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