Gannon hosts the no.1 careers podcast in the UK, Ctrl Alt Delete, which has reached nearly 5 million listeners. She is also an author: her second book ‘The Multi-Hyphen Method’ is a business bestseller, endorsed by Richard Branson and cited as an empowering asset with which to embrace the future of technology and work, says The Sunday Times.
Gannon’s awards include Management Today’s 35 Women Under 35, Forbes 30 Under 30 for Media and Marketing, Telegraph’s ‘Multi-Hyphen Millennials’ and a WEBBY award.
Oliver Shah, business editor of The Sunday Times said: "I'm excited to welcome Emma Gannon to The Sunday Times business section. She is one of the most dynamic and fresh-thinking writers on the nature of work today, and she will bring a new perspective that I hope our readers will enjoy."
Emma Gannon said: "I am so thrilled to be joining The Sunday Times in this new columnist role - it's a dream job. I'm really looking forward to contributing each week, and hopefully bringing a new perspective to the business section that readers will enjoy."
She is also known for her campaigning for women’s equality in the workplace, having led RBS’ 100 Women campaign, as well as working with brands and charities such as Google Pixel, Amnesty and the Prince’s Trust. Gannon’s first column will appear in this week’s business section of The Sunday Times.