Bringing the world in Liverpool: UK.

11:00am - 12:00pm / Friday 19th June 2020
Type: Networking Event / Category: Department
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We have joined our forces with Liverpool University Alumni and our graduates from all over the world! And together we organised a new talk series connecting you graduates living and working in different parts of the world sharing us their unique stories.

The purpose of this new event series is to offer students and alumni the opportunity to hear from a variety of graduates, from different professional backgrounds, living and working in different parts of the world. The series aims to inspire students about the different career paths available, as well as an insight into living and working in different countries. Each event will last up to 60 minutes with time for Q&A.

UK Panel biographies:

David Wilding, Director of Planning, Twitter UK.
As Director of Planning at Twitter UK, David spends his time helping brands, users and organisations to get the most out of the most exciting, weird and wonderful communications tool in the world. Before joining Twitter David worked in Media Planning. He was Head of planning at PHD for five years, working predominantly on Sainsbury’s, Mondelez and Warner Bros for whom he helped create the The Lego Movie Ad Break and prior to that spent eight years at Mindshare, working predominantly on Nike & ITV. He started his career at Zenith Media in an era his kids describe as "the 19 somethings" having graduated from Liverpool University with a 2:1 in Politics in 1997.
He is co-chair of the Advertising Association's Media Business Course, a governor of the University of Portsmouth and still adjusting to the fact that his beloved Wolverhampton Wanderers are now quite good.

Jenny Davies CEO M247
Jenny Davies joined M247 in 2016; became Operations Director in 2017 and was appointed CEO in 2018. Jenny brings a wealth of experience to M247 having managed large customer service delivery operations in regulated environments; spending over a decade in regulated utilities and then moving into the telecommunications industry. Before M247, Jenny was a senior leader in Openreach, the regulated division of the BT Group, where she led large operational teams, was latterly involved in the rollout of superfast broadband and led the operational readiness team trialling and rolling out new products such as G.Fast. Prior to BT, Jenny was an Operations Director at FTSE 100 Water Company United Utilities where she had spent 12 years in various leadership roles. Outside of work Jenny likes to travel, exercise and spend time with her young family.