The Queen’s Women’s Network (QWN) launched on International Women’s Day 2018 to celebrate the admission of women in 1979 and to create a lasting legacy for future Queenswomen. 

The QWN is led by a community of Queen’s alumnae, working with the support of the College. Today the Network provides professional and social networking opportunities for current and Old Members. It helps everyone, within and across the generations, to celebrate success, promote equality and inclusion and champions change. 

To ensure our exciting programme of activities can continue to thrive in the years to come, the QWN is looking for alumnae volunteers to support in the following areas, with flexible opportunities to suit your availability:

  • organising QWN events
  • proposing a venue to host panel talks
  • writing about the network’s activities in College communication
  • suggesting event speakers, or volunteering yourself
  • networking and giving advice to current students

If you would like to get involved, or can offer your help in any way, please contact oldmembers@queens.ox.ac.uk

Queenswomen from all four decades joined with the College to create a series of events and initiatives throughout 2018-2020 that celebrated the admission of women in 1979 and created a lasting legacy for future Queenswomen.

In addition to today’s thriving Network, there were three creative outcomes from the anniversary celebrations:

 

 

Previous events

The Queen’ Women’s Network: “Going with the Flow”

The Queen’s Women’s Network: Women in Finance

The Queen’s Women’s Network: How volunteering can support career progression

The Provost In Conversation with the Queen’s Women’s Network – March 2020