Newest Lead5050 champion Stephen Shortt discusses gender stereotypes

23 July 2017

Quality Language Schools Worldwide

The global professional network Lead 5050 seeks to raise the profile of women in the international education industry and facilitate them into positions of leadership.

Stephen Shortt is managing director of IALC accredited language school Alpha College of English in Dublin and has voiced his support for Lead5050, authoring the brilliant blog ‘Feminist father’ in which he discusses gender stereotypes.

Watch Stephen reflect upon how everyday phrases can shape and change our children’s perception of themselves and the roles they and their friends play in society.

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As a father of two girls, Stephen speaks from the heart and Lead5050 said that he is “helping to change the narrative around feminism - he is our newest champion at Lead5050 and we are so pleased to have him on board”.

Alpha College of English

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