Here it is… The full list of the individuals and organisations that have been nominated for the inaugural Women in Pensions Awards.
Congratulations to all the individuals and organisations that were nominated across 13 categories.
Thes awards celebrate the achievements of women in a sector where they are still under-represented, and also individuals and firms who have supported and encouraged women to fulfil their potential in the workplace.
We will be contacting you to ask you to complete a questionnaire, which is required to progress to the first round of judging.
The deadline for questionnaires to be submitted by is 5pm Wednesday 28th March.
Nominees can make their submissions here.
A shortlist will then be created from which an expert panel of judges will decide the winners in each category. Judges will take into account: achievements in the workplace/role, challenges faced, evidence of contributions to support and inspire women, and the overall quality of the submission.
To find out more information about the awards, visit the Women in Pensions Awards website.
The nominees are as follows:
30% Club; Abigail Herron; Alex Ratcliff; Alexandra McClelland; Ali Campbell; Alison Creasey; Alison Gartside; Alison Hatcher; Alison Hills; Alison Moss; Alison Murray ; Andrea Tidder; Andrew Long; Angela Burns; Angela Stafford; Ann Crane; Anna Darnley; Anna Eagles; Anna Gray; Anna Lees-Jones ; Anna Rogers; Anna Rule; Annabel Gillard; Annabelle Hardiman; Anne Lawson; Anne Swift; Annika Haslett Symonds; Anran Chen; Aon; Arabella Townshend; Ashlesha Vaishampayan; Avgi Gregory; Aviva Investors; B&CE, provider of The People's Pension; Barbara Cheatle; Barbara Fewkes; Barbara Saunders; Beryl Whittaker; Bettina Edmondston; Bina Mistry; BMO Global Asset Management; Brenda Trenowden; Camilla Egginton; Capital Cranfield; Cardano; Carmel Peters; Carol Bradshaw; Carol Perry; Carol Young; Caroline Escott; Carolyn Jones; Carolyn Saunders; Carolyn Schuster-Woldan; Catherine Carruthers; Catherine Ross; Chantal Bray; Charlotte Clark; Charlotte Tyrwhitt Drake ; Chelsie Doyle; Christine Kernoghan ; Clair Alcock; Claire Altman; Claire Barnes; Claire Bews; Claire Bowyer; Claire Edington; Claire Southern; Claire Teagle; Claire Trott; Claire Whittaker; Clare Grice; Clare Scott; Claudia Wearmouth; Colette Christiansen; Corina Balaneanu ; Cressida Handscomb; Dame Sarah Asplin; Dana Grey; Daniela Silcock; David Fairs; Dawn Kinley; Dawn Turner; Dawn Watson; Debbie Webb; Deborah Gilshan; Deborah Parker; Debra Logan; Donna Bailey ; Donna Hobbs; Eileen Gorman; Ejiro Evuarherhe ; Elaine Emptage; Elaine Wiscombe; Ele Lovering; Elizabeth Cain; Elizabeth Renshaw-Ames; Elizabeth Sumner; Ella Purkiss; Elspeth McKinnon; Emily Campbell; Emily McGuire; Emily Porter-Lynch; Emma Adair ; Emma Douglas; Emma Haight-Cheng; Emma Howard Boyd; Emma King; Emma Palfreyman; Emma Watkins; Emmy Crosby; Erin Savage; Eve Read; EY and Herbert Smith Freehills (Joint Nomination); Faith Ward; Faye O'Toole; Fiona Brown; Fiona Colley ; Fiona Frick; Fiona Hagdrup; Fiona Matthews; Fiona Morrison; Fiona Tait; Fiona Walker; Francesca Parnell; Gabrielle Holgate; Gayatre Burman; Gemma Woodall; Geraldine Brassett; Gill Clarke; Gillian Hickey; Gillian Mitchell; Hadassah Shulman; Hannah Lewis; Hannah Simons; Hanneke Smits; Harriet Steel; Harry McNeil; Hazel Holland; Hazel Kendrick; Heather McGuire; Heather Vaughan; Heidi Webster; Helen Dean; Helen Miles; Helen O'Donovan; Helen Prior; Helen Steers; Helen Stokes; Helena Morrissey; Helena Mules; Hogan Lovells; Hollie Haslam; Holly Johnstone; Honor Fell; Isobel Langton; Jac Higginson; Jacqueline Magee; Jane Ambachtsheer; Jane Beverley; Jane Curtis ; Jane Evans; Jane Fryer; Jane Galvin; Jane Higgins; Jane Iannone ; Jane Murray; Janet Pheasant; Janice Turner; Jaynette Stirling; Jeanne Palmer; Jeannie Drake; Jeannie Dumas; Jennie Kreser; Jennifer Rees ; Jenny Condron; Jenny Davies ; Jenny Monger; Jenny Roe; Jenny Shaw; Jess Whiting; Jihan Diolosa; Jill Ampleford; Jo Noon; Jo Powell; Jo Stimpson; Joanna Crookes; Joanna Matthews; Joanne Hill; Joanne O'Leary; Joanne Powell; Joanne Segars; Joanne Shepard; Joanne Walton; Johanna Kyrklund; Josephine Cumbo; Judith Coole; Judith Fish; Judith Maguire; Julia Dickson; Julia Diez; Julia van de Mortel; Julianna Oladipo; Julie Barr; Julie Hammerton; Julie Macdonald; Julie Osman; Justine Joy; Justine Pattullo; Karen Goldschmidt; Karen Heaven; Karen Jones; Karen McWilliam ; Karen Parry; Karen Shackleton; Karen Watkin; Karina Brookes & Samantha Brown (Joint Nomination); Karla Bradstock; Kate Charsley ; Kate Finch; Kate Freeman; Kate Grant; Kate Hardingham; Kate Jones; Kate Maloney; Kate Walton; Katherine Laurenson; Kathryn Fleming; Kathryn Graham; Kathryn Saklatvala; Katie Banks; Katie Cooke; Katie Hollis; Katie Lodge; Katie Nyemecz; Katie Suter; Katie Weber; Kay Leach; Kelly Tran; Kelly-Jo Norrish; Khristina Kushniruk; Kim Jones; Kirsty Bartlett; KPMG; Kristina Beconiene; Lara Botha; Lara Durgan; Lara Edmonstone-West; Laura Andrikopoulos; Laura Bell; Laura Best; Laura Blows; Laura Bottega; Laura Briggs; Laura Davies; Laura Higgins; Laura MacPhee; Laura Myers; Laura Perks; Laura Taylor; Lauren Wilson; LCP; Lee Georgs; Legal & General Investment Management; Leigh Dunkley; Lesley Titcomb; Linda Ellett; Lindsay Nickerson ; Linette Newton; Lisa Lyon; Lisa McCrory; Lisa Mundy; Lisa Whitfield; Liz Reynolds; Lizzie Fraser; Louise Burns ; Louise Dolan; Louise Dudley; Louise Howard; Louise Hunter; Lucy Barron ; Lucy Grubb; Lushan Sun; Lydia Fearn; Lynda Whitney; M&G Investments; Mairi Black; Manisha Patel; Margaret de Valois; Margaret Kearney; Margaret Lumley; Margaret Snowdon; Maria Nazarova-Doyle; Marian Elliott; Marion McDonald; Mark Jones; Mark McNulty; Martine Trouard-Riolle; Mary Spencer; Max Johnstone; Maya Beyhan; Megan Hercus; Mel Duffield; Mel Munro; Melanie Cusack; Melanie Richards ; Melanie Scrutton; Melanie Stephenson; Meliha Duymaz; Melissa Sack; Mercer; Meredith Gibson; Micaela Rizzo; Michele Hirons-Wood; Michelle Cracknell; Michelle Cremin; Michelle Elliot; Michelle Wright; Mike Birch; Mira Mohideen; Mirjam Klijnsma; Mouna Kulcsar; Naomi L'Estrange; Natalie Beardwell; Natalie Flood; Natalie Johnson; Natasha Ho; Natasha Walters; Natasha Wilson; Neha Bhargava; Niamh Mahony; Nicola Cull; Nicola Young; Nim Maradas; Olenka Kaczmarczyk; Oliver Walker; Pamela Austin; Pantheon; Paola Binns; Paula Cappuccini; Paula Dawson; Penelope Biggs; Penny Cogher ; Penny Green; Pension Insurance Corporation; Pension Protection Fund; Polina Kurdyavko; Pravi Prakash; PwC; Rachael Fortescue; Rachel Harris; Rachel Hunt; Rachel Vahey; Radhika Ravi; Rebecca Cooke; Rebecca Craddock-Taylor; Rebecca Dodd; Rebecca Ferris; Rebecca McGowan; Rebecca Page; Rebecca Wainwright; Redington; Rhianydd Griffith; Romi Savova; Rona Train; Ros Altmann; Rosy Lowe; Roz Watson; Rupal Mepani; Ruth Thomas; Ruth Williams ; Sabeen Iftikhar; Sadie Scaife; Sally Bridgeland; Sally Minchella; Santander; Sara Protheroe; Sarah Asplin; Sarah Brown; Sarah Clarke; Sarah Parkin; Sarah Ryan; Sarah Swift; Scholastica Brimley; Serena White; Sharon Edey; Sheena Cowan; Shona von Tunzelmann; Sian Dance; Sian Gilbert; Simon Ellis; Sonia Kataora; Sophia Singleton; Sophie Ash; Sophie McClenaghan; Sophie Slight; Stacy O'Sullivan; Stacy Standen; Stella Eastwood; Stephanie Owen; Sue Doughty; Sue Rivas; Susan Hoare; Susan Martin; Susan Smith; Susie Daykin; Suzanne Hutchins; Tamara Tissera; Tenisha Elliott; Tessa Page; The Pensions Regulator; Tiffany Tsang; Tina Kripps; Tracey McManus; Tracy Blackwell; Urrffa Rafiq; Vicky Carr; Vicky Mullins; Vicky Paramour; Victoria Bell; Victoria Tillbrook; Virginia Gamble; Vivian Maher; Willis Towers Watson; Yvonne Caddock; Zoe Burdo; Zoe Taylor
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