London’s A Team

LONDON’S A TEAM

We are currently on a mission to raise the seed capital necessary to launch our Big Sister programme in London. We are very excited about this and after several positive meetings in London with some awesome women we have now set up 3 sub-groups to implement fund raising plans in 3 distinct areas – corporate, philanthropy and the third sector.
We are delighted to welcome on board three top women as leaders of these groups and if you are London/South based, with a few hours a month to spare to join one of these groups and help us make this happen, please contact helen@girlsoutloud.org.uk for more information.

CORPORATE SPONSORSHIP TEAM

This team is led by Anne Shreiner (Pic)

Anne is supporting the launch of Girls Out Loud in London leading the Corporate Sponsorship Team. Anne hails from the States but now calls the UK home. She is a financial services professional, currently working in Business Development at Centrica. Anne has previously served as a girls running coach for a US based charity and is excited to be part of the next stage of the Girls Out Loud journey.

THIRD SECTOR TEAM

This team is led by Portia Bailey (pic)

Portia is a Northerner currently living in London pining for the North. She is the head of the CEO’s office at the Education and Skills Funding Agency having worked in a variety of roles and departments across the Civil Service. Portia is passionate about education and confidence in young girls and that this the key to future equality. She will be leading the third sector team to help bring Girls Out Loud to London.

PHILANTHROPY TEAM

This team is led by Kate McIntyre (pic)

Kate is based in the South East working as an Associate Executive at Keysource, part of the Extentia Group, working directly with clients and colleagues on delivering specialist services across built environments.

As a mother of a teenage daughter and having volunteered to support younger girls through Guiding, mentoring and other activities, she has direct experience of the challenges facing girls today. She passionately supports the ethos of Girls Out Loud and is really excited to have the opportunity to contribute to setting this up in London.

She will be working to gain donations from individuals, philanthropists and celebrities.