The mother of invention – a new venture helping lawyer parents return to work
When National Grid's former general counsel Helen Mahy announced last year that she was leaving the FTSE 100 company to pursue interests outside of law, there were several avenues one might assume she would take. Fiction writing was perhaps the most obvious – Mahy had already published books about her pet spaniel in The Adventures of Basil the Spaniel, raising funds for the Special Olympics Great Britain, which provides sporting opportunities for young adults and children with learning disabilities.
Former National Grid GC Helen Mahy talks to Caroline Hill about her new role at Obelisk, an alternative outsourcing venture that employs experienced lawyer parents looking to return to work on a flexible basis
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