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Pia in Red Magazine

Dr Pia Ostergaard, the Trust’s senior fellowship advisor, is making a habit of being in Red Magazine. Pia was the winner of the 2012 Red’s Hot Women award for Power Part-Timer in the autumn and was featured in the magazine at that time.
In the latest copy of the magazine, she is featured in an article about work-life balance and Pia talks favourably about the Trust and her return to work after a career break.

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