Magazine with positive message about women

The editorial team on Datsa Gaile's internet magazine are mainly volunteers, including students on the Erasmus programme.
The editorial team on Datsa Gaile's internet magazine are mainly volunteers, including students on the Erasmus programme.
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The inspirational women who have been featured in For Any Woman include Spalding Volunteer Centre manager Gill Williamson – who featured in the November Remembrance issue along with three other local women.

Editor Datsa Gaile says: “Each month we feature four women, real, successful and inspiring women, and each month I go out to a different town or city to interview them.

“Even if a woman’s story in life is really bad, you see they came out of it. We all have ups and downs in life, so it’s good to show that you can come through. There is so much negativity in the media.

“One thing I love about business, it doesn’t matter about your nationality, you are working for one goal: to succeed.

“I see this as my integration into the British community. I write about British women and show how positive and great they are, and that’s a positive thing. At the moment I feel it’s the beginning of my new adventure.”

For Any Woman received the First Certificate of Commendation at the South Holland Business Awards 2013 for Best Use of IT & Communications.