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The move also coincides with the end of T4, Channel 4’s weekend morning ‘hangover slot’ which finishes this month after 14 years.
Soon we’re discussing the Downton Abbey Christmas special, “I’m Ob-sessesd,” she shrieks, and the problems (she's currently single) of the New York dating scene, “Men are always looking over your shoulder for something better to come along – what’s that about?“The Sheryls [Sandberg - Chief operating officer at Facebook) the Marissas [Mayer -CEO of Yahoo] and the Ariannas [Huffington, founder of the Huffington Post), you can list them. Here their equivalents don't get any attention” “If British women saw more role models high up in the workplace, they’d believe it was possible.” This December they will launch the WIE Network website, free to join, with a £20 a month ‘premium’ option giving members access to events and extra resources.The next WIE UK Symposium, power breakfast and awards will be in March, before that is a collaboration with Harper's Bazaar and Women For Women - the charity helping women in war-torn countries - and they plan to roll out WIE Africa in May.The WIE venture and her single status - her most high-profile boyfriend was Labour MP David Lammy in the early 2000s, now post-New York, she's looking for "a nice British guy to settle down with" - are causing her to ask some of the more difficult questions.
“My generation is confused by balancing a career and family life.At what time do you choose work over family life and vice-versa?" She says she is starting to agree with Ann Marie Slaughter (a speaker at the WIE Symposium in New York in September), who argues that women can’t “have it all.” “If you are the primary carer for children - which, let’s face it is usually the woman - then it’s hard to be in an office 18 hours a day.Growing up she says her Ghanaian parents encouraged her to knuckle-down and work hard.