46 Women Nominated for the First Women Awards: Britain’s Female Pioneers

In three weeks, the winners of the First Women Awards in the UK will be announced to recognise female pioneers across British business. professional and public life.

This year, there are many women highlighted already through the many nominations, so the coming months conferences should not have a shortage of role model speakers to chose from.

This is the 2010 Shortlist Nominations for Britain’s Female Pioneers:

Business Services
Johanna Dow, finance director, Business Stream
Smita Jamdar, partner, Martineau
Robyn Jones, CEO, Charlton House
Francesca Lagerberg, head of tax, Grant Thornton
Emily Reid, partner, Lovells LLP
Jane Scadding, group procurement director, Wincanton plc

Lisa Buckingham, editor in chief, Financial Mail Women’s Forum
Marion King, chief executive, VocaLink
Sylvia Perrins, CEO, National Skills Academy Financial Services
Amanda Mackenzie, chief marketing officer, Aviva
Judith McKenna, chief finance officer, ASDA
Julie Meyer, founder and CEO, Ariadne Capital

Heather Brooke, author, Your Right to Know
Natasha Courtenay-Smith, director, Talk to the Press
Siobhan Maria Bales, managing director, B Group Creative Agency & B Daily Business News Network
Elaine Pyke, head of drama, BSKYB
Annabel Karmel, managing director, Annabel Karmel Ltd

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