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Ruth has been featured in a variety of publications

GUARDIAN

Christmas 2010 was dominated by a big dilemma in my life: did I really want to swap my secure teaching job for the "excitement" and "challenge" of becoming a Future Leader? After their assessment centre I'd convinced myself I didn't stand a chance, and then of course the more I found out about the Future Leaders programme - a fast-track scheme to train teachers to take on headteacher posts at challenging schools and help close the UK's achievement gap - the more I wanted it. Read More

HUFFINGTON POST

Success and self care coach for mums who want to live the lives that they desire by creating or developing their own business. Ruth Kudzi is a Business and Mindset coach who specialises in working with mums who want to start up or develop their own business. She is passionate about empowering mums to create the lives they want to live through developing a more flexible way of working. Read More

SELFISH MOTHER

I am a business and confidence coach specialising in working with mums to create the work / life balance they desire. I am a mum of two young daughters living in South East London striving for the perfect work / life balance. Read More

DIGITAL MUMS

Why is it becoming a mum can make you feel like you can take on the world and at the same time, like perhaps you’ve lost your mojo? At Digital Mums, we are all about building confidence. The mums who come and train with us are often doing so after having had a lengthy career break or are looking to change careers - real life changes which, let’s face it, can be scary to make.  Read More

MUMMYS GIN FUND

47 years ago the Equal Pay Act made it unlawful to discriminate against employees due to their gender. Let’s be honest, as I write that nearly 50 years later, if it had worked we wouldn’t see the gender disparity that we witnessed yesterday when the BBC revealed their top salaries. The Act has failed and, as most of us know, equal pay is still something of a myth. The UK national pay gap is currently 9.4% according to the ONS (which means, as women, we effectively work over 1 month for FREE). Read More

WOMEN AND HOME

Going back to work after time away can be a daunting experience. Whether you're two months out of a job, two years or two decades, the nerves, anticipation and anxiety related with the move to return can be overwhelming. But you're not alone. These feelings are totally normal. Going back to work can also be an incredibly exciting time, signalling change and a new chapter in your life. Read More

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