Role modelling continuous improvement, Dianne Caddle started out as a social researcher and single mum to become one of the most senior black woman in the Ministry of Justice. She sponsors and mentors others to believe in themselves and their capabilities.
Starting out in a career in banking, Elisabeth received dismissive comments. This propelled her to prove her naysayers wrong and to achieve success in senior roles as well as bring up a family of four boys. She embraces diversity and inclusion in her professional and personal spheres which enhance her ability to lead and engage.
Leading by example and championing her teams, Beatrice not only survived the disruption of relocation and the global financial crisis, she and her teams bonded and thrived. She was recognised as one of the 100 Women to Watch in 2020 by Cranfield University.
A highly energetic lawyer, public speaker, mentor, member of public advisory committees and panels, Nicolina continually finds ways to lift others as she climbs. Through her leadership she draws on the wisdom of a diverse range of perspectives and empowers others. Her mission is to have an impact on society for the good.
Entrepreneur Liz Marsh is able to see opportunities where others see problems and had the courage to be unconstrained by their expectations. This has propelled her to create a highly successful floral design business serving prestigious clients.