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Be part of the story

The heart of our centenary campaign to mark the admittance of our first female member is to bring to light the stories of our members in chartered accountancy, so we can fully grasp the progress we’ve made and understand what more there is to do to achieve gender equality in accountancy.

We want to hear what barriers you’ve faced; what you have achieved; and where you haven’t been so successful – the good and the bad. We are building a digital archive of our female members’ experiences – and we want to hear from you.

We will include your story on a page within the campaign’s hub page - icaew.com/100years - as well as ICAEW’s main archive. Please tick the box at the bottom of this form if you would like your story to be published anonymously.

We reserve the right to edit stories before publication, in particular to anonymise any reference to third parties. ICAEW’s member magazine economia may contact some respondent s to ask more about their career. Please tick the box at the bottom of this form if you agree to be contacted.

Data Protection

The protection of personal privacy is an important concern to ICAEW. Any personal data collected will be treated in accordance with current data protection legislation. We may use your personal data to share your experiences and opinions with members, non-members and with our publishers. For more information about our data protection policy please go to icaew.com/dataprotection