selina tyler

Selina Tyler | Hermes Investment Management

Selina joined Hermes Investment Management in October 2012 and is responsible for representing  Hermes and promoting their diverse fund range to the UK & Irish discretionary and wholesale market, including GFIs. Prior to joining Hermes, she worked at Man Group since February 2008, covering Global Banking Relationships. Selina has over 14 years experience within financial services, fulfilling client service, relationship management and sales roles.  She is a holder of the Investment Management Certificate.

sonya barlow

Sonya Barlow | Dunnhumby

In 2015, I graduated from Cass Business School in Business with a scholarship in Italy. Some of my successes involve learning Italian during my year abroad, finishing top three in CityStarters start up idea competition in London and achieving mentee of the year. During university, I was successful in creating the first Erasmus Student Network Society with the mission to help international students to connect, soon becoming the largest university society in London. I am a keen traveller and believe that exploring new cultures, places and people will help to develop my own mind, the ability to adapt and serve me well through my professional life. Since joining Dunnhumby, I have been responsible for engaging both commercial suppliers and Tesco in our services, growing the relationships and consulting them using customer data & insight, on how to meet key objectives using media activations and trends in customers. Outside of my day job, I mentor young girls through many mentoring schemes and regularly visit my secondary school; providing career conversations, mock interviews and fun activities to showcase how females can lead in businesses today and how confidence in yourself is key. I have an active network on Linkedin, where I showcase my work and achievements, and equally connect with likeminded females; to explore ideas on better working lives, progression within the work place and achieving a good work life balance. I strongly believe that through hard work, passion and determination in one’s self, a female can rise and become a star in the workplace, in their home and in society.

SARA DIGGLE

Sara Diggle | Brother UK

I’m Sara, Head of Reseller Sales at Brother UK. I am currently in my 19th year with BUK having been promoted through the business in various departments including Customer Service, Marketing and for the last 5 years Sales. With a strong work ethic inherited from my mum, every day is about delivering the right level of support to my team and customers. The last few years have been investing time in developing my confidence and management skills as my current/future ambitions are to have a successful team of individuals, developing and guiding them into being the best they can be, I am motivated by seeing people grow and succeed in their roles.

I’m someone with a desire to get the job done and do it well and exceed people’s expectations, although this has sometimes impacted on my work/life balance. I am now totally clear on the importance of getting this right and look to ensure that the team around me are getting this right too. My role is all about people and I enjoy networking and sharing experiences, building up relationships which is essential in Sales.


Fiene Fischer

Fiene Fischer | Bloomberg

Fiene manages the Technology Sales Team for South Germany and Austria at Bloomberg L.P. Travelling between London, Munich and Vienna, she is responsible for client relationships, strategically developing the product and setting clear and focused targets for her team.

Having joined Bloomberg on a graduate scheme in 2011, Fiene soon received recognition for her ability in building knowledge around financial markets and its products, and rapidly progressed from the Analytics desk to the Sales department. Within three years, she became a team leader.

Fiene is a strong diversity champion and an advocate for creating opportunities for women in Technology, collaborating with the Diversity Group to promote events and share ideas on how to better encourage diversity in the department. Fiene is also involved in recruitment at Bloomberg and regularly interviews new candidates for the Graduate Programme, working closely with HR and Senior Management to make sure that Bloomberg attracts a talented workforce.

Fiene is also passionate about social causes. She is an active member and volunteer coach at JOBLINGE e.V., an initiative in Germany with a vision to provide refugees and disadvantaged youth the opportunity to integrate into the labour market and lead a self-determined life.

She has recently been invited to join Tech London Advocates, a network of tech leaders, experts and investors committed to supporting London’s potential as a world-class hub for tech and digital businesses. Fiene hopes to use this platform to encourage and inspire more professionals to consider a career in the industry.

She holds an Honours degree in Business Management & Finance and speaks fluent English, German, and French.


Analyn Pelayre | Good E-Learning

Analyn Pelayre is a First Class Honours Graduate, with a BSc in International Business and is fluent in English, Tagalog and Bisaya. She has 5 years Sales experience and is currently working with Good E-Learning as a Channel Executive. Her main responsibility is to build and maintain client relationships throughout Europe, America, Middle East and Asia.

Outside work, Analyn is passionate about helping others. She is currently setting up a Mentoring Scheme in Cebu to inspire and help less-privileged high school students. She also participates in events such as Survival of the Fittest and organizes fund-raising shows for a number of other charities. When she is not raising funds, she finds other ways to help others, such as cutting her hair to donate to Little Princess Trust.

If she’s not travelling (a big passion of hers), Analyn spends time reading books or going to the gym and dancing. She strongly believes in living life to the fullest. Her favourite quote is “Feel the fear and do it anyway”.