Emma Barnett is the Women’s Editor at The Telegraph. She is also a broadcaster on BBC Radio 5 Live and BBC Radio 4.
WISP sat down for a chat and gained invaluable advice from the bright and bubbly journalist.
“The defining moment in my career was launching the Women’s section at the Telegraph, because it was my idea… it was a defining moment because it was a risk.”
For inspiration, Emma cites people from “the temple of capitalism” (she used to be a Tech Correspondent in Silicon Valley) through to people who do “absolute human rights, on-the-ground aid work, because those are the types of people I’m fortunate to interview.”
Watch her video now, or read the transcript in PDF.