Jules Bannister: Creative Careers, the benefits, the issues + (Older) Women in the Performing Arts

Jules and I will be discussing the benefits and issues of creative careers. Also the double whammy for older women in the performing arts - stereotypes, casting, producers, screenwriters...

My guest today is Jules Bannister: Her career covers a mix of journalism and professional acting and singing with production work in BBC Radio and the music business in between.

We will be discussing :

    • Creative Careers – journalism, acting, radio, singing and the music business – the benefits and the issues,
    • Double Whammy for older women in the performing arts. Stereotypes, casting, producers, screenwriters
    • Opportunities to improve gender balance. Where to start and at what level

“A public speaker in ANY business must have charisma and the talent to entertain people and thus put their message across” – Jules Bannister

 

Jules Bannister was born and bred in London, is married and a mother to three adult children. Jules’ career history is a colourful mix of journalism and professional acting and singing with production work in BBC Radio and the music business in between. Jules is passionate about women’s rights and at 63 she continues to defy any suggestion that age is a barrier to being and doing whatever we aspire to.

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Anna Letitia Cook

Anna Letitia Cook

UN Women‘s 2016-2017 Champion for Change at Empower Women. International Career Development + Wellness coach. Creator of the process ‘SCOPE for Career Fulfilment’. Author of ‘Unstoppable Goddess: Every Woman’s Guide to Freedom, Fulfilment & Success’.

WomenUP Radio Presenter: Anna Letitia Cook

– UN Women‘s 2016-2017 Champion for Change at Empower Women.
– International Career Development + Wellness coach.
– Creator of the process ‘SCOPE for Career Fulfilment’.
– Author of ‘Unstoppable Goddess: Every Woman’s Guide to Freedom, Fulfilment & Success’.

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