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Think2Speak Founder recognised as one of the 
Top 100 Influential Women in the UK

Gscene Editorial Team December 4, 2019

Lizzie Jordan, CEO and Founder of Think2Speak, an award-winning organisation that equips people with the skills and confidence necessary to have some of life’s most difficult conversations, has been recognised as one of the Top 100 Women in Social Enterprise by the NatWest Wise100 at an event in London

The annual NatWest WISE100 (Women in Social Enterprise 100) recognises the most inspiring and influential women in social enterprise, impact investment and mission-driven business.

Lizzie said: “Back in 2014, my journey into social entrepreneurship began as a knee-jerk reaction to a conversation someone had with my child. Fast-forward to 2017 and I had been named one of the top 100 Women in Social Enterprise. This time I’ve been listed as a Social Business Leader of the Year and I am incredibly humbled.”

The awards event in Bishopsgate, London was followed by the first WISEUP event – a day of learning and networking for women in the WISE100 network, delving into real-life business challenges and debating the role of women in social enterprise.

Lizzie continued: “This listing helps illustrate the important work that Think2Speak do in breaking down stereotypes and promoting inclusion for young people. The WISE100 event provided a great opportunity for women in social enterprise to connect and discuss the many challenges we face, but also the successes that we make along the way. I can’t wait for next year.”

Specialising in LGBTQ+ inclusion and sex and relationships education, the Think2Speak team have empowered more than 10,000 people to have conversations that really matter, promoting social inclusion and integration in communities across the UK. For more information, see here: