LinkedIn highlights the importance of female role models

LinkedIn highlights the importance of female role models

 July 04, 2022

Linkedin is an official sponsor of the UEFA Women’s EURO 2022, a tournament that is set to be the largest women’s European sporting event in history.

LinkedIn is committed to supporting women in achieving their goals and is celebrating trailblazing women, both on and off the pitch by highlighting the importance of female role models - and hopes to spark conversations that can help drive a more equitable world of work.

LinkedIn believes that talent is equally distributed, but opportunity is not. The company realizes its responsibility both on its platform and in its company to help create a more equitable and inclusive world of work.

LinkedIn's vision is to create economic opportunity for every member of the global workforce. As it realizes diversity, inclusion, and belonging for its employees, members, and customers, LinkedIn gets closer to achieving that vision.

Meet some inspirational and visible female models LinkedIn is highlighting.


Meet Carol Thomas

LinkedIn highlights female role models Carol Thomas

Carol was England’s first UEFA Women’s EURO Captain in 1984, and she is still championing the women’s game today.


Meet Rachel Yankey, MBE, OBE

LINKEDIN #FollowInHerFootsteps

Rachel Yankey is England’s sixth most capped player of all time and leads a charity encouraging girls to play football.


Meet Iqra Ismail

LinkedIn #FollowInHerFootsteps

Iqra is Director of Women's Football at Hilltop Football Club.


Meet Anette Börjesson

LinkedIn highlights female role models Anette Börjesson

Anette was Captain of Sweden in 1984, winner of the first UEFA Women’s EURO, and is the Founder of football magazine Nya Må.


Meet Chloe Morgan

LinkedIn highlights female role models Chloe Morgan

Chloe is the Goalkeeper for Crystal Palace, a Coach, a Diversity Officer, and a Civil Litigation Lawyer.


Inspired to follow in the footsteps of these inspirational female role models?

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