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2017 FTA everywoman in Transport & Logistics Awards

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WOMEN DRIVING CHANGE: 10TH ANNIVERSARY

 

 

The Awards uncover and celebrate the most inspirational women working within transport and logistics and raise awareness of the diverse opportunities available – encouraging greater numbers of women to work in the sector. The 2017 Awards, which took place on 21 June, celebrated its 10th anniversary and showcased the breadth and diversity of talent with a special focus on how women are driving change within transport and logistics. Click here to discover the 2017 winners. 

With the sector facing a wide range of challenges including an increase in customer expectations, the issue of carbon emissions and the rise of e-commerce logistics, we believe it is important to highlight those who strive to solve problems and make a positive change.

Becoming a finalist is an excellent way to raise both individual and company profiles, as well as encourage more women and young girls to consider a career in transport and logistics. 

The Awards sre designed to be as inclusive as possible and are open to women at all stages of their career, from those who go above and beyond the call of duty in their role, to the leaders in organisations.

The Industry Champion Award also recognises a man or woman who is championing the progress of women working in transport and logistics.

 

want to get involved with the 2018 transport & logistics awards?

Supported by the most forward-thinking brands, the Awards champion women achieving career success in transport and logistics as well as the companies that are supporting them to do so.

Aligning your brand with the Awards demonstrates your commitment to achieving gender diversity, and investing in your female workforce.

The Awards are also an excellent opportunity to engage clients and motivate teams in an inspiring setting.

To find out more about how your company can get involved with the Awards please email contact@everywoman.com.

When and where
Date: 
Wed, 21/06/2017
United Kingdom
GB
Nominations
Nominations

Nominations are now closed. 

For each category, there will be an ‘Above and Beyond Award’ and a ‘Leader Award’ (excluding the Industry Champion of the Year Award):

Above and Beyond – Celebrates a woman that has truly gone above and beyond her role to help drive the organisation's success. This is awarded to a woman at any stage of her career, in recognition of her commitment to going the ‘extra mile’.

Leader – Celebrates a woman operating in a senior role within her organisation. She will be making a significant contribution to the strategic direction of the business.

 

The Freight Award

This will be awarded to a woman who is innovating and excelling in their role within freight.

Entrants for this Award should demonstrate how they are innovating in the sector. This could include working on solutions to increase more freight on our limited capacity roads/rail/air/sea routes or new ways to predict and minimise disruption. This Award does not include passenger transport.

The Passenger Award

This will be awarded to a woman who is excelling in their role within passenger transport.

Entrants for this Award should demonstrate how they are improving the customer experience. This could include technology initiatives, introducing new measures to improve customer satisfaction or introducing new measures to remove obstacles and disruption. This does not include leisure.

The Infrastructure Award

This will be awarded to a woman who is innovating or excelling in their role within transportation and infrastructure. 

Entrants for this Award should demonstrate how they are improving road or rail infrastructure. This can include planning and development, logistics, operations or other advancements to improve the movement of goods, people and services.

The Supply Chain Award

This will be awarded to a woman who is innovating and excelling in her role within the supply chain environment. Entrants for this Award should demonstrate how they are improving processes within supply chain. This could include technology initiatives, improved analytics, cost-saving measures or improving the customer experience.    

The Warehousing Award

This will be awarded to a woman who is excelling in her role within a warehousing environment.

Entrants for this Award should demonstrate how they are innovating and improving warehouse operations. This could include technology initiatives, improved analytics to improve warehouse operations or improved processes to reduce costs.

The INDUSTRY CHAMPION Award

Awarded to one individual only, male or female, who plays a vital role in attracting, recruiting and retaining women in transport and logistics. Entrants for this Award should demonstrate the impact that they have had on attracting and retaining women in the industry. This may be through initiatives that they have introduced, new measures put in place, or activities that they do externally to promote women in the industry.

 

WHO CAN NOMINATE?

Entrants can either nominate themselves or be nominated by someone else, they can enter a maximum of two categories and must:

  • work within the transport & logistics sector
  • be based or have their chief operations in the UK
  • be available for the filming day (TBC) and Awards ceremony in London on 21 June 2017

 

3 TIPS TO ENTER A GREAT NOMINATION

1. Complete all sections

To maintain the integrity of the Awards we work with our judges to ensure the questions asked solicit the information they need to make informed decisions. As a result, it’s important that you complete all sections, providing tangible evidence where possible.

 

2. Word limits are important

If your responses are below the word limit they are unlikely to be considered and if they are in excess of the word limit they will be marked down by the judges.

 

3. Supporting evidence is an advantage.

Nominations within supporting evidence will be scored higher. It must be:

  • compiled in one document
  • no longer than four sides of A4
  • clearly labelled
  • emailed to events@everywoman.com before 13 February

 

THE JUDGING PROCESS

  • All entrants will be contacted by 14 April 2017
  • If selected, the entrant must be available for the filming day (TBC) in Central London and the Awards ceremony in London on 21 June 2017. This is a condition of entry.
  • There will be two winners per category (one for the ‘Above and Beyond’ Award and one for the ‘Leader’ Award) and one recipient of the Industry Champion Award and the Woman of the Year Award.
  • All decisions regarding the judging process are made by our independent judging panel. The everywoman team do not influence this process. The judges' decision will be final and no correspondence will be entered into before or after the judging. Due to the large number of nominations received, the judging panel are unable to provide individual feedback.

 

DATA PROTECTION

The information provided will only be disclosed to the staff of everywoman, our key partner FTA and the judging panel.

Enquiries: Please contact 020 7981 2574 or email: events@everywoman.com

Finalists
This year's finalists are:

The finalists for the 2017 FTA everywoman in Transport & Logistics Awards are:

 

The Freight Award – sponsored by Eddie Stobart

Awarded to a woman demonstrating how she is innovating in the sector.

Above and Beyond
Claire Smead
Claire Smead,
Expediting Lead, Shell Trading & Shipping Company Ltd, from London
Tracy Ward
Tracy Ward,
Contract Manager, PD Ports, from Swadlincote, Derbyshire
Gillian Watson
Gillian Watson,
Customer Relations Manager, Wincanton, from Market Harborough, Leicestershire

 

Leader
Jan Overthrow
Jan Overthrow,
Transport Supervisor, CM Downton Ltd, from Gloucester
Amanda Slowley
Amanda Slowley,
National Operations Manager, Wincanton, from Lincolnshire
Jannette Wallace
Jannette Wallace,
Runcorn Depot Manager, CM Downton, from Runcorn, Cheshire

 

The Passenger Award

Awarded to a woman demonstrating how she is improving the customer experience.

Above & Beyond
Linsey Frostick
Linsey Frostick,
General Manager, Arriva, from Luton
Victoria Garcia
Victoria Garcia,
Accessibility and Communities Officer, Brighton & Hove Buses, from  Brighton & Hove
Sophie Moorby
Sophie Moorby,
Depot Manager, Go North East, from Newcastle Upon Tyne

 

Leader
Shirley Connell
Shirley Connell,
Divisional Manger, Go North East, from Newcastle
Michelle Hargreaves
Michelle Hargreaves,
Managing Director, Stagecoach East Midlands, from Lincoln
Jacqueline Taggart
Jacqueline Taggart,
Customer Experience Director, ScotRail, from Glasgow

 

The Infrastructure Award

Awarded to a woman demonstrating how she is improving road or rail infrastructure.

Above & Beyond
Stacey Wood
Stacey Wood,
Senior Manager - LCOM Project, Support & Governance, Asda Stores Ltd, from Leeds
Katie Wallace
Katie Wallace,
Planning and Development Manager, TNT UK, from Birmingham
Caroline Milnes
Caroline Milnes,
Programme Manager, Tesco, from St Albans

 

Leader
Patricia Manton-Hall
Patricia Manton-Hall ,
Programme and Strategy Directorate, Programme Controls Director, Development and Operations, HS2 Ltd, from London
Sue Kershaw
Sue Kershaw,
Managing Director, KPMG, from London
Liz Hobbs
Liz Hobbs,
Knowledge Management Functional Lead, Transport for London, from London

 

The Supply Chain Award

sponsored by DHL – Awarded to a woman demonstrating how she is improving processes within supply chain.

Above & Beyond
Jeny Hanvey
Jeny Hanvey,
Customer Service Manager, Kuehne + Nagel Ltd, from Wellingborough, Northamptonshire
Rebecca Harper
Rebecca Harper,
Senior Supply Chain Manager Online & Wholesale, Morrisons Plc, from Bradford
Julie McCaffery
Julie McCaffery,
Change Manager (Scotland), Asda Stores Ltd, from Grangemouth Stirlingshire

 

Leader
Claire Brouquet
Claire Brouquet,
Commercial & Development Director, DHL Supply Chain, from Birmingham
Gillian Joyce
Gillian Joyce,
Former National Fleet Manager, Post Office Ltd, from Manchester
Dawn Rasmussen

Dawn Rasmussen,
Programme Director, Allport Cargo Services, from Chalfont St Giles, Bucks

 

The Warehousing Award

sponsored by Amazon - Awarded to a woman demonstrating how she is innovating and improving warehouse operations.

Above & Beyond
Claire Davidson
Claire Davidson,
Senior Project Manager - Logistics Implementation, J Sainsbury’s Plc, from Rugby, Warwickshire
Amanda Percival
Amanda Percival,
Department Manager, Asda Stores Ltd, from Kent
Charlene McLaughlin
Charlene McLaughlin,
Temp Area Manager Dock, Amazon, from Hemel Hempstead

 

Leader
Angela Howard
Angela Howard,
VP Operations – Retail, DHL Supply Chain, from Rugby, Warwickshire
Natalie Frow
Natalie Frow,
Plant Manager, Royal Mail Group, from Northampton
Tracey Clifford
Tracey Clifford,
Head of Home Fulfilment, Wincanton, from Stoke on Trent

 

The Industry Champion Award

sponsored by  Asda Logistics Services - Awarded to one individual only, male or female, demonstrating the impact that they have had on attracting and retaining women in the industry.

Melanie Clarke
Melanie Clarke,
Customer Service Director, Highways England, from Birmingham
Michelle Naylor
Michelle Naylor,
Regional General Manager – Midlands, Palletways UK, from Birmingham
Jacqueline O'Donovan
Jacqueline O'Donovan,
Managing Director, O'Donovan Waste Disposal Ltd, from London