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“From the outside one might question what a former fighter pilot and women within the lubricants industry have in common... the answer is simple... When you are working as a minority within any industry it’s important to build a network of likeminded individuals and that’s exactly what happened on Wednesday. Teamwork, resilience and determination are all essential...!”


Mandy Hickson, keynote speaker


In an industry where currently only 11% senior leadership roles are filled by women, encouraging diversity and attracting and retaining an innovative talent pool is now a key business priority, critical for the success of future growth and succession planning in a sector that faces an ageing workforce.


It seems the wider conference aims, to broaden perceptions and encourage ownership and transformation industry-wide, were on target. Exciting developments are already beginning to shape the engineering, oil and lubricants industries; breakthroughs in attitude and company culture are taking hold and there are welcome signs of a more diverse slate being introduced through new approaches to business. Sharing best practice strategies and highlighting new ideas and methods currently employed by some organisations was a valuable takeaway for many of the delegates.


“Thank you for trusting me to deliver a speech so different from what I normally do…the success of the conference is a testament to your vision of putting the contribution of women to our industry in the spotlight.”


Dr Valentina Serra-Holm, President UEIL, VP Global Product Marketing


From L - R: Jane James, Chevron; Alison Fisher, Lubrizol; and Catherine Caulfield, Argus Media


“Thank you to UKLA and Lube magazine for providing the opportunity for our industry to start this important conversation. It was a thoroughly enjoyable day and a pleasure to listen to so many inspiring women. I was particularly touched by the comments about how women could support each other more and will certainly look at my own actions through this lens and take any opportunities to do this more.”


Jacquie Berryman, Infineum


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LUBE MAGAZINE NO.156 APRIL 2020


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