Retaining Industry Talent – Supporting Childcare

Our childcare survey revealed that 85% of those surveyed knew someone who had left the industry because of a lack of childcare. We are asking what does the industry need to do to help support those with caring responsibilities and how can we embrace some of the things we have learnt through remote working during the pandemic, to enable some flexible working? Featuring trailblazers Emily Stillman SVP Warner Bros. Studios, Leavesden and Charlotte Riley, Actor and Founder of The WonderWorks, join us for our online panel - Retaining Industry Talent – Supporting Childcare.

Chaired by PGGB CEO Lyndsay Duthie, the panel features:

Emily Stillman – SVP Studio Operations Warner Bros. Studios, Leavesden

Charlotte Riley – Actor and Co-Founder The WonderWorks

Jaqui Taunton Fenton – Senior HETV Training Liaison Manager at ScreenSkills and former Head of Talent at BBC Drama

Chika Anisiobi – Production Finance Manager (UK non-fiction) Netflix and Vice Chair PGGB’s Diversity and Inclusion Group (DIAG)

Valeria Bullo – The Whole Picture Programme Lead, The Film and TV Charity and founder of Cinemamas

This work forms part of our diversity and inclusion (DIAG) series of panel sessions supported by British Film Commission.

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