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Welcome to the thirty-first episode of the Womanthology podcast. Womanthology is a digital magazine and professional community powered by female energy and ingenuity. We champion equal recognition and reward for everyone, sharing opportunities, ideas and a deep pool of collective wisdom – supporting each other to be unstoppable. We speak with https://www.linkedin.com/in/suzanne-sherry-a0683b29/ (Suzanne Sherry, early careers manager at ScotRail), who shares her thoughts on getting more girls and other minorities into transport roles. We will also be hearing from Ines Santos, Womanthology’s associate editor, who is going to be talking us through the written stories in the new issue. Thank you for listening and remember, if you want to support what we do, please share the link for the show on social media, https://my.captivate.fm/plinkhq.com/i/1523676207 (follow the podcast) and leave a review in your podcast app. That’s all for us for 2021 now. We hope you manage to get a good break over the holidays after what has undoubtedly been another challenging year for us all. We will be back in the New Year, with our Women of Colour episode. In the meantime, take care, stay safe and Happy Holidays to all our listeners.

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