Liquid’s Client Services Director Lindsey Moore has been named as the Vice Chair of the Liverpool Ladies Network. She will support the new Chair Carole Atkinson of Weightmans Solicitors. The appointments follow the departure of Leslie Beattie of Culture Liverpool who has been Chair for the last 2 years.
Carole Atkinson heads up Weightmans Solicitors’ family department, a team which has been ranked in the Northwest Top Tier of the Legal 500 in the last three editions. She is also the head of the wills, tax, trusts and probate team. With 30 years experience, Carole is an active member of Resolution (formerly The Solicitors Family Law Association) and was appointed as a Deputy District Judge in 2000. She is a trained collaborative lawyer, trained Resolution mentor and member of the Liverpool Law Society Family Business Sub-Committee.
Lindsey Moore is Client Services Director at Liquid, a marketing agency based in the heart of Liverpool. She is responsible for developing integrated marketing campaigns for Liquid’s wide range of clients, most recently Bravissimo, Warburtons and Liverpool ONE. Previously Lindsey was Marketing Manager at Estee Lauder and since then has devised and executed successful marketing strategies for major brands such as DKNY, Tommy Hilfiger and Fujifilm.
Carole Atkinson said: “I am delighted to be chairing the well respected Liverpool Ladies Network which is a very well established networking group for women in business on Merseyside set up over 25 years ago. The network has grown considerably over the past 2 years as a result of the sterling efforts of its past chair Lesley Beattie and I am looking forward to developing it alongside my vice chair Lindsey Moore. The members meet every two months and provide an excellent forum for fostering strong personal and business relationships as well as an opportunity to hear from an inspirational speaker at each meeting. We always welcome new members from the business community across the Liverpool City Region.”
Lindsey Moore said, “Liverpool Ladies Network has been a positive force for good for the city’s professional women for over 25 years, so I am delighted and very proud to be appointed as Vice Chair. I look forward to continuing its good work in strengthening the female business community of Liverpool.”
Established since 1986, Liverpool Ladies Network aims to encourage female enterprise and leadership, share and improve knowledge and skills and work together for individual and community success in the North West. The network welcomes members from across the region to take part in regular events.
The next event is on 11 December 2013 at Liverpool Town Hall. People wishing to join the network and/or attend please email us on email@example.com.