Despite the unimaginable trauma of suddenly losing her sight, Jill Allen-King, 82, from Essex, has dedicated her life to making the world a more welcoming place for blind and partially sighted people.
How 10 years of overdrafts and “convincing ABBA” led to Judy Craymer creating MAMMA MIA! against all odds
Judy Craymer CBE, the creator of MAMMA MIA! the stage shows and movies, is a WYLDE Woman with every fibre of her body.
Dr Louise Newson: “Getting the right menopause treatment is about women taking control of themselves”
Coming to terms with the menopause and how it makes you feel is hard for everyone.
Alison’s book, ‘Black in Time’ talks about ‘the most awesome black Britons from yesterday to today!
The idea for a great business can come from the strangest of places. For Georgiana Huddart it came when she discovered a bundle of retro fabric from the 1980’s.
When Faduma Farah was paralysed she never dreamt it would turn her into a fashion disruptor featured in Vogue.
As the cost of living rises and more families fall into poverty, the work of organisations like Beauty Banks has never been more important.
This courageous and inspirational woman didn’t just change the conversation around bowel cancer, a disease that claims 45 lives every day, she taught us to fill our lives.
Bored with your humdrum, everyday routine? Meet adventurer and explorer Lucy Shepherd who says you just need to channel your curiosity to add more adventure.
It takes courage and skill to tame the waves. But, as Lucy Campbell explains, earning the title of best British and European female surfer on numerous occasions also comes with a price to your personal life.
We all watched helplessly as Ukrainian women and children tried desperately to escape Russian bombing with just a few meagre possessions to remind them of home. Jo Cope, 35, had friends living in the region and then was sent a text message by one of them that made her book the first possible flight to Poland.
Elizabeth Hutton turned her personal loss into a mission to stop other families going through the same heartbreak. She channeled her grief by becoming CEO of stillbirth charity, Kicks Count, but then had to face being diagnosed with breast cancer aged 36. She tells us what she’s learnt from facing the toughest moments anyone could ever go through.
Award-winning campaigner and breast cancer survivor, Lauren Mahon, champions the importance of us all living our best lives.
Taban Shoresh’s story is so remarkable that it reads like a film. A true WYLDE Woman who has escaped terrifying ordeals and ill health, her passion and positivity have led her to a position of strength. Here,Taban talks to us about facing death, starting a new life, and the driving force behind her work today.
Thirty year old Lucy’s many accolades, apart from being a driving force in the Euro 2022’s winning team, include being named best women’s player in the world. We asked her the secrets of her success.
When Dr Funke Abimbola MBE saw mums denied equal opportunities at work, struggling to juggle their careers with their home-lives, she knew she had to fight for change.
How to have a great career in a competitive, male-dominated industry. Kim Frankiewicz has had the most incredible career in the music industry working with some of the world’s favourite bands including INXS and Daftpunk – but it hasn’t been easy.
Marcia Kilgore is the Queen of entrepreneurs. She has invented amazing brands like Fit Flop, Soap & Glory, Bliss Spas and is the brains behind retail rebel, Beauty Pie, the subscription service that develops luxury beauty products and sells them at bargain prices by cutting out the middle man.