Astrea - UCL's network for women in professional services
Astrea is a network run by and for women in professional services roles at UCL. It was established in 2013 to support UCL’s commitment towards 50/50 leadership and equality for women and men.
What We Do
Astrea facilitates free opportunities for women in professional services roles to:
- Engage in professional and personal development
- Share and learn from others’ experience and insight
- Offer and benefit from the support of others
- Network and build connections with women at all levels across UCL
Inaugural Astrea Conference
Our second annual conference took place on 23 June 2016 at Mary Ward House in Bloomsbury.
On the day of the Brexit vote, amid flooding and travel chaos in London, we heard a number of empowering speeches from some truly inspiring women, including Women's Equality Party Leader, Sophie Walker and feminist campaigner and writer Caroline Criado-Perez.
Astrea wins Empowered Award
Astrea wins Empowered Award at the UCL Professional Services Conference.
Find out more about the award.
Astrea referenced in UCL 2034 Strategy
Astrea referenced in the UCL 2034 strategy as a case study for the key enabler 'valuing our staff'.