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It’s been 4 incredible years since Good Girls Eat Dinner first served up kick-ass speakers alongside delicious food and drink. In those four years we’ve put on a whole bunch of events and been inspired by a whole bunch of brilliant women (and some brilliant men). We’ve also had some breathtakingly lovely feedback so it’s time for a party! This event will be a sit down meal with fantastic speakers, as always, between courses. It’s going to take place at Concrete…a party venue if ever there was one. They’ve got an epic sound system and we’re going to use it. Well, a professional DJ’s going to use it - after the meal and speakers. Speakers already confirmed:

Liv Little - Founding editor-in-chief of gal-dem, an online and print magazine written by women of colour and non binary people of colour for all to explore. She has also worked as a digital exec in commissioning at the BBC and as a contributing editor for ELLE UK.  Liv is obsessed with telling people’s stories and this threads throughout all of the work that she does whether in audio, video, art or discussion.

Rachel Cooke - Observer / Guardian writer, New Statesman TV critic and author of Her Brilliant Career - 10 Extraordinary Women of the Fifties. Rachel recently interviewed Jo Wallace, founder of GGED, alongside several other women for a piece in the Observer / Guardian: Sexism in advertising: ‘They talk about diversity, but they don’t want to change.’

Sereena Abbassi - Worldwide Head of Culture & Inclusion for M&C Saatchi. Sereena is a hugely prolific D&I advocate, with a prior endeavour called All Here, a platform for helping organisations become more conscientious and inclusive. She regularly speaks and writes on the topic.

Leyya Sattar & Roshni Goyate - Founders of The Other Box, an award-winning platform, enlightening and empowering people to work and live more inclusively. TOB celebrates people of colour, and people from other underrepresented backgrounds. Today they work strategically with global companies on diversity and inclusion (D&I) through training and workshops, with brands on partnerships and campaigns, and support a growing community of nearly 3,000 creatives.

DJ Blonde Ambition (AKA Deanne Oliver-Pickard) - Yoga teacher & DJ, Deanne enjoys bringing people together to move their bones & have a jolly good time, whether that’s under a disco ball or on a yoga mat. Mixing only the finest selection of funk, disco & house music, creating an uplifting feel good vibe to every gig she plays. She tours the festival circuit each year, playing at the likes of Lovebox and Festival No 6.

Theme: Changing the narrative