Event aimed at empowering female pupils to become future leaders held in Belfast
AN event aimed at empowering female pupils to become future leaders has been held in Belfast.
Queen's University hosted the 'SistersIN' initiative, which was attended by students from across Northern Ireland, including Assumption Grammar School, Glenlola Collegiate, St Cecilia's College, St Ronan's College, Strathearn School and Victoria College.
Pupils heard from the US Consul General Belfast, Paul Narain, and Professor Karen Morrison, Dean of Education from the Faculty of Medicine, Health and Life Sciences at QUB.
The initiative "enables, empowers and develops female pupils in education to become future leaders" and aims to help students "develop the leadership skills needed to succeed in tomorrow's workplace".