International Women’s Day is a yearly event, held March 8th to celebrate the social, economical, cultural and political achievement of women. The campaign theme for 2018 is press for change and the past year has seen much progress made with movements such as Times Up and Me too. However, this is not the only narrative of women who are making headway.
There are many women in the UK championing change who have become leaders for their own generation. One of these women is Nicole Crenstil, a curator, public speaker and head of partnerships and marketing. Reform the Funk spoke to Nicole about international women’s day, her work and being a woman today’s society.
Read the full interview HERE.