Women in PR Cymru meets . . . the Job-Sharing CEOs
About this event
Last October was a landmark moment for the Welsh public sector, when the first-ever CEO job-share was announced.
Harriet Green and Myra Hunt were unveiled as the joint Chief Executive Officer for the Centre for Digital Public Services (CDPS), which is an arms-length body of Welsh Government.
They’ll be tasked with leading the organisation as it works to support Wales to design and deliver better digital public services aligned to the digital strategy for Wales.
While their appointment is a first for the Welsh public sector, it isn’t for Harriet and Myra, who have been job sharing for 11 years. This is the third role they’ve done together.
Now, just a few weeks into the new role, the pair will be special guests at our first Women in PR Cymru event of 2022, as part of Wales Week London.
We hope you can join us on-line for this lunchtime session, where Harriet and Myra will share their journey to the top job, how they’ve broken boundaries, and their experiences leading digital transformations in various roles - at the BBC, British Council, the Department for Environment, Rural Affairs & Food (DEFRA) and now at the CDPS.
You can find out more about Harriet and Myra by visiting the CDPS website.