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We are pleased to announce the next In Conversation with Caroline Theobald with guest Jacqui Miller-Charlton MBE of Miller Construction.

Jacqui has over 3 decades of experience working within a senior executive role in her own business alongside her 2 brothers. A trail blazer in the construction, quarrying, mining and associated industries she changed the face of how hydraulic excavators are used around the world through the sale and distribution of their company’s revolutionary Miller Quick Coupler that went onto change the face of industry world wide. Miller is now a world famous brand and continues to be a leader in its field. Jacqui stepped down from her operational role in 2014 but remains a shareholder and Main board Director. More recently she has assisted in mentoring many business professionals looking to create, grow or change their own businesses. Jacqui is also President of the upcoming Newcastle International Festival. 

* Awarded an MBE in the 2013 New Year Honours list for 
'Services to Industry and International Trade'
* 'First Women Awards' finalist 2013
* Winner of the Wynn award 'Best Woman in International Business 2013'
* Winner of the 'Women's Business Council National Award for Enterprise 2015'
* Trustee Kielder Observatory Astronomical Society
* Ambassador for 'Brand Britain'
* Columnist NJC media (part of the Trinity Mirror Group)
* Advisory Board member Policy North
* Board member North East LEP
* Founding member the InCredAbles movement 
* President of Newcastle Film Festival 2018

This event will also give you an opportunity to step inside Teesside University's iconic award-winning Curve Building, with a state of the art lecture theatre.

Be our Guest - Why not join us for this event after first enjoying a delicious supper.

Please note that booking is required for this event via Teesside University

Teesside University

Teesside University is dynamic and energetic, celebrating over 80 years of innovative and inspiring education. Over £135-m investment on campus provides top class facilities for students. Teesside offers a wide range of popular subjects from animation to law, business and health to media and forensic science.

Officially opened in 1930 as Constantine Technical College by the then Prince of Wales, the future King Edward VIII, to support Middlesbrough’s booming engineering and shipping industries. 

We have almost 30,000 full- and part-time students.Overseas students make up 5.6% of the students studying on campus at Teesside, with a further 1.6% coming from the EU (excluding transnational activity). 43% of students are male, 57% female.Teesside has a community of over 1,400 students from overseas (full-time, including EU).