Dr Eliza Filby
historian, King's College London; founder, GradTrain

Dr Eliza Filby is an academic, businesswoman and an authoritative speaker on the Millennial Generation. In 2016, she set up a consultancy service helping companies navigate the complex intergenerational landscape now dominating politics, work and the marketplace. Eliza has worked with companies including Proctor & Gamble and Pictet Bank and has recently completed an extensive project with leading global hair brand, Toni & Guy and their product wing, Label M. In 2014, she founded GradTrain, the UK’s leading training organization for universities and businesses, providing bespoke employability training for Millennial graduates. She is currently writing her next book Generation WTF, which examines the habits, tastes and beliefs of Gen Y and Gen Z.

Eliza received her PhD from the University of Warwick in contemporary British history in 2010 and published her first book, God and Mrs Thatcher; the Battle for Britain’s Soul in 2015. Between 2011-2014, Eliza lectured at King‘s College London and Remnin University Beijing. She is currently a visiting lecturer at King’s College, London.

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