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Fearless Women GSA Webinar Series: UK's Chief Veterinary Officer

St George's School proudly presents the "Fearless Women GSA Webinar Series," featuring Professor Christine Middlemiss, Chief Veterinary Officer of the UK, on Tuesday, 19 March.

St George's School is proud to present the "Fearless Women GSA Webinar Series," featuring an insightful discussion with Professor Christine Middlemiss, the esteemed Chief Veterinary Officer of the United Kingdom. On Tuesday, 19 March, from 6.00 - 6.45 pm, Professor Middlemiss, an alumna of an all-girls' school herself, will share her inspiring journey and invaluable experiences with students.

As a leader in her field, Professor Middlemiss has led impactful responses to outbreaks of avian influenza, bovine TB, and other pressing animal health issues. Her extensive career has been dedicated to improving animal health and welfare worldwide, making her a powerful role model for the next generation of female leaders.

This webinar is part of the Girls' School Association's (GSA) 150th anniversary celebration, where four independent girls' schools in Scotland, including St George's, have launched the "Fearless Women" webinar series. These webinars showcase exceptional women who have excelled in their respective fields, inspiring and empowering students to pursue their dreams fearlessly.

Alumnae are cordially invited to join this virtual event. Register Here.

Don't miss this amazing opportunity to be inspired by Professor Middlemiss's remarkable accomplishments and her commitment to empowering the next generation of female leaders. Share this event with friends and family who might be interested in attending, and feel free to recommend future speakers through your own contacts.

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