Share your thinking as a Where Women Work contributor
Whether a well-published author or a periodic poster, we welcome thoughts and commentary from a wide range of international writers.
Where Women Work publishes articles from guest authors, company partners, professional associations and industry bodies.
Where Women Work is a platform for educating and inspiring women about the achievements of other women, helping to increase the visibility
and profile of talented women, and for showcasing prime employers and shining a spotlight on their support for equality.
Where Women Work's content is important because it provides fresh thinking on current topics. It inspires and challenges our readers
in many ways, and it provides insightful thinking and commentary. The content and topics that appeal to our 150,000 subscribers
globally and our thousands of visitors each week include latest industry commentary, gender issues, career advice, equality
campaigns, STEM insights, personal journeys and more.
Contributors’ articles are shared via Where Women Work's website and social media channels. We reach a global audience of thousands
of readers each week who are interested in industry news, career progression, women's achievements, equality and innovation.
Contributor posts are published on the Where Women Work website and attributed to the author via a byline, bio and weblinks as
To become a Where Women Work contributor and have your content published on our website,
please email through three articles that you’d like to contribute to the
Where Women Work website. Articles should be between 750 - 1,500 words and be of a high and engaging standard. Please include a short
bio of no more than 100 words. Your articles will be reviewed for potential inclusion and you will be contacted with a response.
Where Women Work also commissions various articles, so any contributors seeking financial remuneration should make this clear in
their contact documenting their fee.
We look forward to receiving your articles and thank you for your interest.