On their 10th birthday The Leaders Club are delighted to announce that Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson, paralympian, will be the principal guest and speaker for their annual dinner.
Tanni’s first Paralympics was in Seoul in 1988 where she won bronze. Four years later she won 4 gold in Barcelona, then in Atlanta in 1996 she came home with another gold plus 3 silver, followed by 4 more in Sydney in 2000. Her final Games was in Athens in 2004 winning a further 2 Gold, this gives her a tally of 11 Gold medals. 35 world records to boot. An extraordinary athlete and Olympian.
Tanni is a born leader, broadcaster, mother, author and a vigorous campaigner for disability rights. In 2010 she was enabled with a Life Peerage, taking the title of The Baroness Grey-Thompson of Eaglescliffe in County of Durham. Tanni generously spoke to TLC London in October 2016 on the subject of “Aim High.”
You can find out more about Tanni at www.tanni.co.uk
The Leaders Club are also delighted to be back at the Victory Service Club, you cna find our more about the VSC’s distinguished history on thier website www.vsc.co.uk
Date: Wednesday 6th November
Time: 19:00 – 11:30
Location: Victory Service Club, 63-79 Seymour Street, London, W2 2HF
If you are not an officer, spouse or parter, but would still like to attend this event, please register here.
We have agreed that officers registered with the OA can buy tickets at TLC members price of £85 (non-refundable, plus eventbrite admin fee.)
Your name and email will be shared with The Leaders Club for the purpose of this event.
About the Leaders Club
At The Leaders Club, their motto is ‘Bringing Great Minds Together’, and their vision is to inspire each other with inspiring speakers at inspiring venues.
It is a unique forum for members to exchange ideas and best practice and develop new approaches. It is an unparalleled networking organisation, where members are encouraged to use their expertise and experience to inspire leaders of the future.
The Officers’ Association (OA) has secured a corporate membership with The Leaders Club, a networking group that meets in London. This will allow up to 20 serving or former officers from the OA community to join their monthly networking events. If you wish to attend simply click ‘Register’; places will be allocated on a first come first serve basis.