International Woman'sd Day

International Women’s Day 2020

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Inspirational Women working for Liverpool City Council

Liverpool City Council is celebrating International Women’s Day 2020 by showcasing outstanding women colleagues in some of the council’s more unique roles.

By enabling themselves and others in our communities, they’re proudly making the world a more equal place.


Dina Younis – Horticulturalist, Croxteth Gardens

Dina Younis, a horticulturist at Croxteth Park
LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND. Liverpool City Council’s Dina Younis, a horticulturist at Croxteth Park, poses for a photograph on 27 February 2020.

Paula Herbert – Principal Transport Officer

Paula Herbert a Senior Transport Manager
LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND. Paula Herbert a Senior Transport Manager for Liverpool City Council poses for a picture outside her office in Old Swan on 26 February 2020.

Amy Crompton – Assistant Development Officer, Regeneration

Amy Crompton, Assistant Development Officer
LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND. Amy Crompton, Assistant Development Officer at Liverpool City Council poses for a picture on The Strand on 3 March 2020.

Denise Jones – Development Manager, Liverpool Libraries and Information Services

Denise Jones, Development Manager at Liverpool Central Library
LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND. Denise Jones, Development Manager at Liverpool Central Library poses for a photograph on 27 February 2020.

Kate Green – Passenger Operations Manager, Cruise Liverpool

Kate Green, Passenger Operations Manager
LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND. Kate Green, Passenger Operations Manager for Liverpool City Council poses for a picture at the Cruise Terminal on 26 February 2020.

Ellen Kiely and Jannine Antigha – Community Development Officers, Safer Stronger Communities

Outreach Development Manager, Ellen Kiely and Community Development Officer, Jannine Antigha
LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND. Liverpool City Council’s Outreach Development Manager, Ellen Kiely and Community Development Officer, Jannine Antigha in Kensington on 27 February 2020.

Shirley McConville – Crossing Patrol Officer

Shirley McConville one of Liverpool City Council's Crossing Patrol Officers
LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND. Shirley McConville one of Liverpool City Council’s Crossing Patrol Officers poses for a picture in Everton on 26 February 2020.

Pam Flannigan and Jo O’Brien – Property Protection Team

Property Protection Officer, Pam Flannagan and Team Leader, Jo O'Brien
LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND. Property Protection Officer, Pam Flannagan and Team Leader, Jo O’Brien from Liverpool City Council investigate the property of a deceased person on 2 March 2020.
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