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Join us for “Women in Healthcare” Panel Discussion

Join us for “Women in Healthcare” Panel Discussion

Posted on 20/03/24


We’re pleased to invite you to the “Women in Healthcare” Alumni Panel Discussion on Thursday, March 21st, 2024, from 5 to 7 PM at David Game Higher Education, located on Jewry Street in Aldgate. 


5:00 PM – 6:00 PM: Networking session with tea, coffee, and snacks 

6:00 PM – 7:00 PM: Panel discussion led by Prosperine Chibule,

In honour of Women’s Month this March, we invite you to gain insights into London’s Health and Social Care sector. Our alumni, who have previously studied Health and Social Care at DGHE, will share their inspiring stories of success in this industry. Discover how our panellists navigated challenges on their educational and career journeys, and learn about the diverse opportunities within the sector.

During the panel discussion, the panellists will share their personal journeys, highlighting the challenges they faced and how they overcame them. Despite obstacles such as balancing family obligations, managing work commitments, or overcoming language barriers, these inspiring women have achieved remarkable success in the healthcare field as managers, entrepreneurs or have pursued postgraduate studies.

The event begins at 5 PM with a networking session, providing attendees with an opportunity to connect with each other. The subsequent panel discussion aims to offer valuable insights into the challenges and opportunities within the industry, covering topics such as returning to education as an adult, balancing studies with work and family obligations, and exploring career pathways post-qualification. 

If you wish to register your attendance, please do so via this link: Eventbrite Tickets.



Henrietta Unegbe (Registered Manager in Home Care)

With over 15 years of experience in healthcare, Henrietta is now a Registered Manager and she has effectively led teams to ensure top-tier care standards. Henrietta’s diverse experiences have refined her skills in management, planning, and customer care

Sarah Haid (CEO of Bettersafer Communities)

Sarah is a CEO and entrepreneur with nearly 6 years of experience in the business sector, particularly focused on supporting BAME organisations facing systemic challenges. Born with a passion for social impact, Sarah established her online business consultancy acknowledging the distinctive challenges encountered by businesses in poverty-deprived areas.

Zivile Grauslyte (Postgraduate Student)

Following her time at the NHS, Zivile chose to resign and refocus on prioritising academic advancement, guided by her motto, “If you think you can do it, you can really do it.” Zivile is currently undertaking her Master’s studies in “Management in Global Health” at Arden University, with plans to complete her programme by 2025.

Nazma Uddin (Advice and Wellbeing Officer)

Despite being a busy mother of four, Nazma excelled academically, earning a first-class degree at DGHE and actively contributing to her community. She finds joy in making a positive impact, whether through volunteering at hospitals or arranging community events. Nazma’s dedication extends to her role as a member of the DGHE team, where she continues to enrich the student experience.

Whether you’re a student seeking guidance, a prospective student contemplating entry or progression in the healthcare and social care domains, or simply encountering similar challenges and in need of inspiration and encouragement while wanting to honour the stories of these remarkable women, we invite you to join us for the Women in Healthcare Panel discussion on March 21st at David Game Higher Education! 

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