Dora Metcalf was ahead of her time, a pioneer in the technology sector.
Alice Head was one of Britain's most successful business leaders between the wars. So why have so few people heard of her?
Viscountess Rhondda was in an unusually influential position in the first half of the century and used her power for good.
Beatrice Gordon Holmes was a self-made millionaire and quite a girl.
Cecil Gradwell stands out for the holistic approach she took to improving the financial position of working women
Emma Cons was the founder of Old Vic Theatre but this was only one of her many contributions to British society. How well do we really know her?
Helen Lenoir is a forgotten but vital cog in the D'Oyly Carte machine.
Many well-known women wore Ada Nettleship's clothes but Ada's story is just as interesting.
Helen Cox forged a path in accountancy decades before women were formally accepted into the profession.
An early expert in the field of indexing, Nancy Bailey is now rarely to be found in an index herself.