#137 Big Careers, Small Children: Polly Mackenzie – How to Drive Change & Create Powerful Policies for Working Parents

Polly Mackenzie discusses driving change on the Big Careers, Small Children podcast

"I fundamentally believe we cannot have equality at work until we have equality at home."

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This week we welcome change maker Polly Mackenzie to the podcast.

Driving change has been central to Polly's career which has spanned several high-profile roles.

Polly was previously Director of Policy to then Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg.

After leaving Government, Polly established the operations of the  Women’s Equality Party as well as founding the Money and Mental Health Policy Institute alongside Martin Lewis. She was also the Chief Executive of the think tank Demos.

Polly is currently the Chief Social Purpose Officer at University of the Arts London.

In this powerful discussion, Verena and Polly discuss driving real change and creating meaningful policies for working parents.

Follow Polly on Twitter @pollymackenzie

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