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As Blog and Podcast Editor for the freelance consultancy Not9to5, I write and edit blogs for the company site. I conduct interviews with leading freelancers and self-employed business owners for the company podcast – OUT OF HOURS WITH NOT9TO5 – and schedule bi-monthly newsletters and weekly social media posts.
I have interviewed leading freelancers and business owners including
- Mandu Reid, Women's Equality Party Leader
- Joe Ryle, 4dayweek Campaign Officer
- Zoi Kantouatou, Co-Founder of FutureX
- Alison Grade, Author of The Freelance Bible
- Matthew Dowling, Founder of Freelancer Club
THE FUTURE IS FAIR - MANDU REID
An interview with the leader of the Women's Equality Party, Mandu Reid, focusing on the value of equality and diversity in the workplace and Mandu's journey from City Hall to being the first woman of colour to leader a British political party.
CONNECTING CREATIVE COMMUNITIES
An interview with the founder of Freelancer Club, Matt Dowling. The piece focuses on the beginnings of Freelancer Club, the future of work and the importance of connecting creative communities in IRL and URL.
WHY COLLABORATION MATTERS
What makes a successful collaboration? In this piece, I interviewed the founder of Lucidtiy Network Lucy Gower on her longstanding collaboration with Not9to5's founder Helen Denny.
In this piece, I looked at the rising popularity of podcasts engaged with conversations around self-employed work, speaking with the co-hosts of Is This Working (Tiffany Phillipou) and Being Freelance (Steve Folland).
PRIORITISING MENTAL HEALTH
A blog in conversations with Leapers founder Matthew Knnights discussing the company report of freelancing and mental health and highlighting the importance of open conversations.