Sue Coppard: leading lady

Aug 31, 2014

Founder of WWOOF, Sue Coppard, is one of 100 British women chosen by American photographer Nancy Honey to feature in her forthcoming book 100 Leading Ladies. 

Sue Coppard: leading ladyMs Honey has spent over two years photographing and interviewing the people she considers to be amongst Britain’s most influential women, all aged over 50, from all walks of life. She considers the book to be a living history exploring in depth the personal and private issues surrounding women’s success in the workplace and says one of her main aims for it is to give younger generations the opportunity to have access to advice and wisdom about the issues that will affect their careers such as gender equality, childcare and work/life balance. There will be an exhibition at Somerset House in London and a launch on 1st October 2014 which Sue Coppard will attend. We are very glad that Sue’s pioneering work is being recognised in this way, congratulations Sue!

To visit the website about the 100 Leading Ladies book click here.

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