How many female plumbers do you know of who can speak entertainingly about their story?
How many female plumbers do you know of who can speak entertainingly about their story and help you understand your own business better as well as how to improve it?
Hattie Hasan is a truly unique speaker.
As the oldest girl in a poor Muslim immigrant family, becoming a teacher in the 80‘s would have been enough for most people, but she had to take it further and live a self-directed life as a self-employed plumber. Then she had to do something for other women plumbers, so created the national company of Stopcocks Women Plumbers and then to support the self-determination of women in the developing world who spend much of their lives carrying water.
In addition she has a psychologists and an entrepreneurs perspective and uses that to enable other business owners to benefit from her experience, to comprehend the pitfalls of being ‘groundbreaking’
Feedback we’ve received
“ Truly inspirational!
“Do you have an agent? You should be a stand up comedienne”
“Thank you for your perception. Your clarity and grasp of what makes businesses work and not work, how people and systems fit together has given me a new way of seeing what has been happening in my own team and ways of improving the situation”
“How can I help your work in the Developing World?”
Hattie is a public speaker like no other, she combines, heart, humour and expertise but leaves out 'rara' and fluff in her down to earth presentations.
She has a lightness of touch that allows her to illuminate the darkest places and the gravitas of really knowing her onions after 25 years in her business.
Passionate plumbers are few and far between, turning over the reputation of her industry single-handedly, Hattie Hasan can open your eyes while she makes you laugh.