Today we are hosting a dinner sparked by a wondering mind. Our founder, who has a vast network, noticed that she had several remarkable individuals named Tamara in her circle. We wondered if the name held a special meaning. In Hebrew, it stems from the Date, symbolizing strength and resilience. In Russia and Italy, it refers to a spice, instilling a sense of liveliness and innovation. Perhaps it was the choice of parents who wanted their daughters to be distinct. Whatever the reason, there is certainly something about Tamara.
There is Tamara Box, who is leading the way in championing the advancement of women in everything she does and is on the steering committee for the 30% club. She is an outstanding role model and trailblazing finance lawyer.
Tamara Lohan MBE, Founder of Mr & Mrs Smith who had a big dream and an even bigger vision has seen it through a pandemic and flies the flag as a Founder, CTO and now CEO taking the business to great heights and on international adventures.
Tamara Littleton, is one of the most influential women in social. CEO and Founder of The Social Element agency and Co-Founder of crisis simulation company Polpeo, which is so perfect for the world we currently find ourselves in.
Tamara M, Fiercely clever from the world of intelligence, advising on specialist situations, Political risk, and Corruption. Having briefed national law enforcement, military, and security services; along with relevant international organisations, including Interpol, Europol, NATO, OSCE, and the United Nations Security Council.
Tamara McMillen, is a global executive and growth advisor who really puts all people at the centre of what she does. She advocates for a customer success philosophy that takes a holistic approach, rather than treating it as just another department.
And Tamara Al Saadi, An astute patisserie chef who graduated from Le Cordon Bleu is hosting our luncheon at her delightful restaurant, T by Tamara. How fitting!