Here they are - the winners of the 3rd annual Women in Pensions Awards...
The awards - which aim to shine a spotlight on the work of inspirational and groundbreaking women in the pensions sector - were presented at an online event held this afternoon (25 November) by Professional Pensions news editor Hope William-Smith.
A huge thank you to all the individuals and firms that have made this event possible. Special thanks to our panel of judges; the many trade bodies and groups which have supported these awards; and to our generous sponsors, including this year's headline sponsor, Smart Pension.
For more information about the Women in Pensions Awards 2020, visit our awards website here.
The winners are:
Lifetime Achievement Award
Winner: Jenny Condron (Mercer)
Pensions Woman of the Year
Winner: Tracy Blackwell (Pension Insurance Corporation)
Pensions Manager of the Year
Winner: Kate Yates (Plumbing Pensions UK)
Trustee of the Year
Winner: Jo Myerson (Ross Trustees)
Adviser of the Year
Winner: Helen Hope (Mercer)
Highly Commended: Dweenisha Caleechurn (EY)
Lawyer of the Year
Joint Winner: Tamara Calvert (DLA Piper)
Joint Winner: Jennifer Murphy (Co-op)
Saleswoman/Marketer of the Year
Joint Winner: Jill Henderson (Scottish Widows)
Joint Winner: Cleo Taylor (Rothesay Life)
Administrator of the Year
Winner: Michele Slazyk (Lane Clark & Peacock)
Investment Manager of the Year
Joint Winner: Frances Deakin (Local Pensions Partnership)
Joint Winner: Kathryn Koch (Goldman Sachs)
Rising Star Award
Joint Winner: Ashleigh Harwood (Mercer)
Joint Winner: Holly Nardi (Redington)
Innovator of the Year *** NEW FOR 2020 ***
Winner: Georgia Stewart (Tumelo)
Change Excellence of the Year
Winner: Lucy Ogan (Pension Protection Fund)
Highly Commended: Charlotte Griffiths (Nest)
Mentor of the Year
Winner: Claire Bell (DLA Piper)
Highly Commended: Sarah Keighley (XPS Pensions Group)
Role Model of the Year
Winner: Rona Train (Hymans Robertson)
Team Leader of the Year
Winner: Jane Bland (Santander UK)
Most Inspiring Returner
Winner: Julie Gray (Isio)
Highly Commended: Eleanor Levy (Now Pensions)
***ORGANISATIONAL AWARD*** Award for Supporting Diversity
Winner: T. Rowe Price
Highly Commended: Leonardo MW
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