Date of release: Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Zoe WilliamsAward-winning journalist Zoe Williams takes centre stage during a free public lecture at the University of Greenwich on Wednesday 21 October.

Zoe has been a columnist on the Guardian since 2000, having previously penned a regular column for the London Evening Standard. She was 2013's Print Journalist of the Year for the Speaking Together Media Awards, 2011's Columnist of the Year at the Workworld awards, and is the author of one non-fiction book, Bring It On, Baby, about the politicisation of motherhood.

She has appeared on various current affairs and discussion shows, including BBC's Newsnight, and has written for numerous magazines.

Her talk, Activism and journalism; mutually exclusive or sometimes quite helpful to one another?, starts at 5pm in Room KW315, King William Court, Greenwich Campus. Registration is essential, with details below.

The event is part of the Big Picture series, run by the university's Business School, which features senior figures from media, commerce and industry. The seminars have proved to be hugely popular among university staff, students and the general public.

For more about the Big Picture seminar series, and to register: http://www2.gre.ac.uk/about/faculty/business/services/events/events/current/big-picture-seminar/upcoming-seminars

For more about studying with the Business School: http://www2.gre.ac.uk/about/faculty/business, email courseinfo@greenwich.ac.uk or call 020 8331 9000.

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Picture: Zoe Williams.