On Saturday 10 March 2018, Digital Women UK, in partnership with Loughborough University London, marked the second anniversary of its impactful Missing in Action: Tackling the myths of money, self care and the Imposter Synerdrome programme. Attended by 40 women creatives, entrepreneurs and techies, the one day event
provided a creative, reflective and dynamic space to explore internal and external barriers (and myths) around their personal and professional relationship with money, self care and the impact of the so-called ‘Imposter Syndrome’.
Presenters and facilitators included Natalie Lue, founder of Baggage Reclaim, Mindy Kaur, founder of Eshqrock, publishing veteran and Kundalini yoga specialist Patsy Isles and psychoanalyst and art therapist Philomena Francis.
Filmed by Adrianne McKenzie.