Company Founder & Tour Guide:
London born and passionate about history, tour guiding seemed like the perfect job. Becky began guiding over 7 years ago whilst studying History at University and made it her full time job once graduating. The only downside was that she felt not enough Women's History was being discussed. So in 2018 she launched Women Of London to challenge this. As the company founder she spends most of her time growing the company and managing tour bookings and requests. She still finds the time to host occasional tours and continue sharing the stories of Women throughout history.
Charlotte is originally from New Zealand. After completing her Masters degree at the University of Auckland, she worked extensively in theatre (both performance and production) and business development. Charlotte moved to London in 2007, which has been home ever since. In 2010 she’d had enough of corporate life, so decided to pursue her interest in history and London life – and train as a tour guide. She has been working as a professional tour guide ever since, covering all parts of London as well as Oxford.
Emily began her foray in tourism back home in Canada while working at a remote fishing resort, giving nature talks on a commuter ferry, and touring guests through the Rocky Mountains. Since moving to London, she has earned her stripes working on open top buses, serving afternoon tea at luxury hotels, and guiding for other companies. Emily spends her spare time hunting for her new favourite pub, singing in a folk choir and browsing the history sections at London bookshops.
Roslin fell in love with history during her undergraduate at the University of Glasgow and then fell in love with London after she moved there in 2011. She never lost her passion for history though and took up a Masters in Early Modern History at King's College London. After a number of years working both in the legal corporate world and in the heritage sector at the Museum of London, Roslin decided to take up tour guiding at the beginning of 2023. She currently works as a Visitor Engagement Assistant at the Houses of Parliament, so she loves taking guests around the historic City of Westminster and telling them the incredible stories of women in politics and the suffrage movement.
Stéph is a bit of an army brat, hailing from the Netherlands, growing up in Austria, studying in Edinburgh, and calling London home for the last eight years. She would like nothing better than to follow in the footsteps of amazing literary women like Austen, Brontë, or Rowling. When she’s not writing, she’s tourguiding around all parts of London since 2012. In love with the city and its hidden corners, she loves showing London off, highlighting its history, and the achievements of the many women who helped shape it.