Writer, broadcaster and academic, Professor Heather McGregor, is headlining the speakers at an event for Scottish women in business next month.
A former investment banker, Prof McGregor is executive dean of Edinburgh Business School at Heriot-Watt University. She wrote the Mrs Moneypenny column in the Financial Times and had her own Channel 4 show.
She is the keynote speaker at the first Gather Scotland event which takes place at The Signet Library on 19 September.
Other speakers include: tennis coach Judy Murray; Lisa Thomas, Chief Brand Officer, Virgin Enterprises, and Jo Lord, CMO of Skyscanner.
The day will include speed mentoring led by Donalda MacKinnon, head of BBC Scotland; Louise Macdonald, chief executive of YoungScot; Liz Lloyd, chief of staff for First Minister Nicola Sturgeon; Tamar Tammes, managing partner, Burness Paull; and Liz McAreavey, chief executive, Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce.
The event is being run by a committee of volunteers in association with the London-based not for profit organisation WACL (Women in Advertising and Communications, London).
Founded in 1923, WACL provides female leaders across a broad range of business sectors with the tools, support and ideas to fast-track their careers, while promoting and accelerating gender equality through inspiration, support and campaigning.
All proceeds will go to NABS and Glasgow female empowerment social enterprise MsMissMrs.