Keynote Speaker: JON SNOW

Topic: Behind the scenes of his journalistic and TV life plus his passion for prison reform




Jon Snow

Details of Jon's career: CLICK

Just one anecdote: While working as a journalist in Uganda, he flew alongside President Idi Amin in the presidential jet. He has recounted how whilst Amin appeared to be asleep he thought seriously about taking Amin's revolver and shooting him dead, but was worried about the consequences of firing a loose round in a jet.


After-lunch workshop

Facilitator: Jenny Garrett

Topic: Get creative - use digital to create and enhance your personal brand. In this interactive session, you will seek out your uniqueness and your story, in order to soar with your strengths, tap into your values and define your brand for the digital age.

Jenny, an award winning coach, speaker and trainer, has over 12 years’ experience of running a global business. She is a Freeman of the Guild of Entrepreneurs – City of London and was listed in Brummell Magazine's Top 30 City Innovators 2016. Author of the Amazon best-selling book Rocking Your Role, Jenny has reached an audience of over 30,000 through her speaking engagements, including two TEDx Talks, and coached individuals all over the globe from Australia, to Botswana, the US, Mexico, Spain and the UK, with over 4,000 coaching hours under her belt.Her most recent clients include MasterCard, Ernst&Young, the NHS and the National Union of Students (NUS). Jenny is a regular commentator on Sky News and LBC radio, and has been featured on BBC Radio 4 Woman’s Hour, BBC Radio London & The Telegraph amongst many others.


Our meeting place

  • Judge’s Court (pictured bottom left), Brown’s Courtrooms
    1st floor, 82 St Martin’s Lane, London WC2N 4AG
  • Nearest Tube:
    Exit 4, Leicester Square
  • About the venue:
    Hidden away within Browns Covent Garden is Browns Court Rooms. This historic two floor event suite is designed with grand sweeping staircases and stunning original features. The building was once the Westminster’s County Courts and in 1996 was converted into a bar and restaurant. Within the largest room - The Judges Court, the original Judge’s Bench is still in place. It was from here that convicted defendants were sent down to the detention cells ... these detention cells now serve as the wine cellars!

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