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Daughters of the Decade

Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council is marking 100 years of women in politics in Northern Ireland through Daughters of the Decades, a project exploring women’s leadership, past, present and future.

Daughters of the Decade

Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council is marking 100 years of women in politics in Northern Ireland through Daughters of the Decades, a project exploring women’s leadership, past, present and future.

Present leaders can help shape future leaders. We are looking for women with an interest in any level of leadership in all walks of life – caring, education, business, politics, community work, voluntary work and more – who know they would benefit from a short programme of expert advice and support.

We will match seven mentees with experienced female mentors for a set of free mentoring sessions. Mentees will be offered support with travel expenses.

Women resident within the Borough of Antrim and Newtownabbey can apply.

Please email Bryonie Reid (bryonie@quartocollective.com) with your name, phone number and a paragraph in which you

  • introduce yourself (interests, experience to date)
  • suggest what type of mentorship would suit you, and why (in what field, and what it could do for you)
  • confirm that you commit to a total of 14 hours of mentoring sessions between the beginning of March and the end of June 2022

Send this information by FRIDAY 4 MARCH 2022.

Applicants proceeding to the next stage will be contacted by phone for a short conversation before the final seven mentees are chosen.

With support provided through the Shared History Fund grant from the Northern Ireland Office, distributed by The National Lottery Heritage Fund