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Changing Careers Event

“If you’re going to make a change, make a big change”. The advice from one of the panellists at our Changing Careers event, who shared their experiences with alumni and parents.
Our alumnae panellists (l to r) - Susie Andrews, Shabana Jiwaji, Henrietta Nurney and Alex Howlett
Our alumnae panellists (l to r) - Susie Andrews, Shabana Jiwaji, Henrietta Nurney and Alex Howlett

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