Hazel Davis is a freelance writer living in beautiful West Yorkshire with her partner Bob and daughters Clementine and Gilda, 19 months and three months respectively. Hazel writes for a variety of newspapers and magazines including the Guardian, Daily Telegraph, Financial Times, Billboard and more.
Jo Tantum is the UK's leading Baby Sleep and Twins Expert with 25 years experience. She teaches parents how to help their babies learn to love sleeping without distress with her Spaced Soothing method.
Mummy, wife and part time GP, Claire teaches communication skills to undergraduate medical students and is a GP liaison for Accident & Emergency. Life is busy but fun!
Isobel Pravda is single mother of two, (Teo, three and a half and Alex, one and a half) and an actress who trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama, graduating with the Peter Wolff Award.
Vivien Sabel is a Mum, published researcher, Psychotherapist and award-winning author of The Blossom Method™ - TheRevolutionary Way To Communicate With Your Baby From Birth.
Amancay Tapia is a film director based in London. She directed the feature film 'Campo de Batalla' (Battlefield) and despite a shoestring budget, it was commercially released in cinemas in Bolivia, Colombia and Spain as well as in independent cinema venues in London.
Jessica Huie is an award winning entrepreneur (Daily Mail's Enterprising Young Brit Award, Evening Standard's Most Inspirational Entrepreneur, Glamour Magazine's Power List... the list goes on) and she is founder of multi racial greeting card and gift brand Color blind Cards www.colorblindcards.com and JH Public Relations.
Casting director of feature films, shorts, commercials and music videos, working with everyone from Tinnie Tempah to David Beckham and also casting award winning Resident Evil ads and Blind Faith promo, super positive Nicci Topping answers questions for Wonderful Women Wednesday 'The Interview'.
Uju Asika is the mum of 2 delicious boys, ages 3 and 6, and the founder of Babes about Town, a city guide and curator of all things cool for kids and families in London and beyond. She’s also a freelance writer, social media consultant and a screenwriter for the hit Nigerian TV soap Tinsel, produced by South African company M-Net and broadcast across 45 countries.
Today is the premier of a new weekly feature on the blog: Wonderful Women Wednesday-The Interview, where questions will be asked of simply awe inspiring women from all walks of life to inform, inspire and entertain.