"Can you run more of these WINS Network events in London please? I find them incredibly helpful & I love how you bring together such a cross-section of amazing women who are creating change!"

WINS London draws in many talented women from the widest variety of sectors, businesses and organisations.  Kindly supported by many organisations, this allows WINS London to offer events at different locations across the city.

WINS London events are very popular, so book on early and make the most of the Early Bird tickets!

We’re now delighted to have Dr Victoria Hands pick up leading our WINS Hub in London.

Victoria is currently organising our 2020 programme and if your organisation can help in any way, such as host or sponsor an event, do get in touch.

We look forward to listing all our forthcoming events here soon.

Hub Lead

Dr Victoria Hands

Dr Victoria Hands

Victoria is passionate about supporting people across all professions to share their learning on embedding ethics and sustainability in core business operations and processes.  She has developed and delivered team training on the Sustainable Development Principle (or five ways of working for sustainability) which is an essential skill set for all, identified in the Well-being of Future Generations Act, Wales 2015.

Victoria has worked on government and university research collaborations seeking practical sustainability indicators and solutions. She has instigated, fund-raised and led award-winning collaborative partnerships in waste reduction, reuse, recycling and adoption of sustainable technology.  She spearheaded environmental management at the London School of Economics and Political Science having gained her PhD there; and was Director of Sustainability at Kingston University until 2019.

Victoria was featured alongside 80 sustainability specialists in Climb the Green Ladder – make your company and career more sustainable (Fetzer and Aaron 2010) and is a Fellow of the Environmental Association for Universities and Colleges.

Victoria loves living on the non-tidal River Thames and supports the Thames Landscape Strategy in their pioneering collaborative work to rewild the Arcadian Thames.