Director of the Bayes Global Women’s Leadership Programme
Janina joined Bayes Business School in 2018 after having worked at universities in the Netherlands, the US, and Germany. In her research she has studied, among other topics, how gender and professional stereotypes can interact when people form impressions about men and women. Janina was appointed Director of the GWLP in 2021 and leads the programme from London, working with the Council and Executive Board.
Meet some of our recent Global Women’s Leadership scholars
Diana began her career in theatre before moving to Marketing and fundraising. She has worked in health research, social enterprise, an Olympic sponsor corporation and more.
Kiara jumped at the opportunity to network with like-minded professional women through the Global Women's Leadership Programme.
Maria is a clinical embryologist wanting to develop her leadership capabilities to progress her career.
Passionate about impact investing, Pallavi Tyagi is a United Nations alumna and is using her financial skills to further humanitarian causes.
Now studing an EMBA at Bayes, Victoria's background is far from finance or accounting, Victoria studied fashion and design and has worked in product development and production for a raft of luxury designer labels in the UK and the United States.
The Business School (formerly Cass) alumni community are an important part of the Bayes Global Women’s Leadership Programme, offering support, mentoring and advice to our current Global Women’s Scholars as well as women across Bayes.
An actuarial scientist and passionate STEM advocate.
A wellness coach, consultant, speaker and writer inspiring healthier and happier lives.
Now CEO of the FirstCarribbean International Bank, she credits Bayes for providing the foundation for her career in financial services.
Jane is now Vice President, Senior Portfolio Manager - Emerging Market Fixed Income at RBC Global Asset Management
Bayes EMBA and BSc alumna and Associate Partner at EY
A barrister specialising in children's law wanting to use new leadership skills within the public sector.
An ambitious finance student fighting for gender equality.
Cassie believes there is much for public sector workers to gain from business school, though she works for a private firm manging public contracts
A supply chain specialist with a desire to empower women in rural areas. Become the Dubai Global Women's Leadership scholar alongside Esra.
A strategic planning director within the hospitality industry wanting to empower and engage the next generation of leaders.
Tailored management studies and strong female role models inspired Victoria towards a role in leadership.
A successful broker and account manager looking to support female participation at senior level. Read her recent blog about her first few months as a Bayes Executive MBA student.
An experienced accountant within the public sector passionate about the development of women. Read her recent blog about her experiences applying to the Global Women's Leadership Programme.