Amanda is delighted to speak on issues related to working and motherhood at business events, seminars, conferences, radio and TV.

Her areas of expertise cover business and career issues facing women, as well as the challenges facing organisations from board level to junior level in their female retention planning.

Amanda can be contacted on 07770 496383 or email media@boardroommum.com.

Examples of BoardroomMum’s recent speaking engagements include:

  • Developing Your Personal & Professional Brand. Is It Time For A Refresh? (Female Lawyers – Major International Law Firm)

    “Amanda from BoardroomMum spoke to a group of lady lawyers, some mums and some not, about how to promote ourselves and advance our careers. The talk was thought and discussion provoking. Amanda provided us with many useful tips on how to approach everyday situations to put us in the best possible position.”

    Major International Law Firm

  • Ctrl+Alt+Del Time For A Re-Boot? A discussion about career planning (Cardiff Girl Geek Dinners)

    “We were thrilled when Amanda agreed to come and speak at our Cardiff Girl Geek Dinner event. The guidance she provided to our members was brilliantly articulated, thought provoking and inspirational. Thanks Amanda – please come again!”

    Cardiff Girl Geek Dinners

  • How Are You Making Your Business Stand Out? Could Customer Service Be The Key? (Welsh Mums in Business)

    “Amanda was invited to attend our networking group Welsh Mums in Business, a small networking group set up specifically to allow mums to benefit from business networking in a child friendly environment. As a mum herself, Amanda was able to relate to starting, building and running a business around family life and her talk about her own experiences from employee to business owner was inspirational. We were a group of 11, and I have received emails from every one of them thanking me for arranging such an informative, helpful and insightful speaker. Amanda speaks without jargon, made the group open and comfortable and had a huge impact on the ladies.”

    Welsh Mums In Business