DATE
SUN 12TH NOV

TIME
13:45





About:


The challenges facing modern parents are myriad; from separation anxiety to reconciling technology with a happy and carefree childhood. Our panel of working mothers discuss these issues and how they are choosing to handle them.


Speakers:


Lisa Oxenham

Lisa Oxenham is an award-winning writer, stylist and art director, and one of the country’s top beauty editors and the Beauty and Style Director at Marie Claire. A well-respected stylist and art director she travels the globe to shoot with the highest calibre of photographers, make-up artists, hairstylists, influencers and celebrities creating timeless images. She also has the privilege of interviewing some of the world’s most renowned and influential women, scientists and nutritionists. With over 15 years of editorial experience in beauty, health and wellbeing Lisa is also a popular brand consultant providing insight on new product development and PR and marketing strategies. Lisa has a one year old daughter called Eliza Tiger and is striving to feed her a nourishing, superfood diet while pampering her with a natural bathing routine. 

Jessica Diner

Jessica Diner has been a journalist and beauty editor for over ten years writing for publications such as Vogue, Marie Claire, Sunday Times Style and Red. Mother to a one-and-a-half year old son, she juggles motherhood and the working world, both of which she feels equally passionate about.

Jazz Kaur Sohal

Jazz Kaur Sohal has been a Public Relations professional for 15 years working for companies such as L'Oréal, LVMH and currently as Head of PR for luxury hair care collection SHOW Beauty & natural baby care range Fifi & Friends. Over the years whilst working on world renowned brands such as Benefit Cosmetics, Guerlain, Crabtree & Evelyn and Lancôme, Jazz has worked closely with product creators & experts, celebrities, journalists & bloggers. Proud mother of her one year old son Amrees, Jazz is pleased to have recently returned from maternity leave to try and have the best of both worlds.


Hear from the sector's brightest thinkers, discussing the trends and topics that will affect your child's future.
New for this year there will be two theatres running concurrently, The Sunday Times Education Theatre and the London Parents Forum.