Management Futures

I used to live in this castle!

This majestic turreted castle was once my home. Fond memories of illegally cooking meals and countless nights sitting in the drafty corridors at an awkward angle in attempt to siphon enough wi-fi to Skype loved ones…sweet Founders.

Don’t ever question my claims to the throne again!

I was asked to speak at the beautiful Royal Holloway School of Management, my old haunt (once named the most picturesque university in Europe), about what I’ve done with myself since graduation by the Entrepreneurship department.

It was a real honour to be back behind the podium, sharing my post-university experiences (corporate, entrepreneurial and freelance) with current Management and Economics BSc students.

It was also incredibly inspiring to hear about how fellow Management alumni have spent their years achieving great things since flying the RoHo nest.

The Head of School has asked me if I’d been interested in lecturing the Entrepreneurship MSc students… watch this space!

PS- Shout out to the RoHo legend that is Marianne Bowyer! Lovely to see her 🙂

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About Naomi Jane
Not your average Jane

2 Responses to Management Futures

  1. Amarina says:

    Heads up for the possible Entrepreneurship lecturing!

    Another pair of thumbs up for Marianne Bowyer!

    Cheers,

    Amarina

  2. Marianne Bowyer says:

    Hey guys, you are making me blush. But thanks for the thumbs up.

    Naomi it was lovely seeing you and my other “kids” that day, hopefully I will see more of you now that you are a “visiting” Professor of Entrepreneurship.

    Take Care,
    Marianne

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