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WeAreTheCity’s Rising Star Awards 2022 winners revealed


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  • This year, Marie Claire has been supporting WeAreTheCity’s Rising Star Awards to champion up-and-coming female talent in the UK 

    Across all different sectors, women in the UK are driving their industries forward and helping to shape the future. If you think about the women in your life, it’s likely someone will spring to mind who is always giving back, has unwavering passion or who is on the road to leading her field one day. 

    WeAreTheCity’s Rising Star Awards want to celebrate these women and show the world the impact they are making. Since 2015, the awards have been working to showcase 1,000 outstanding women by 2025. 

    WeAreTheCity celebrated the Rising Stars Awards 2022 with a unmissable ceremony on 14 July in London

    Highlighting women’s achievements not only promotes the amazing female talent that exists across the UK, but actively encourages organisations and business leaders to invest in and recognise women as leaders of tomorrow and individual contributors to their industries.

    This year, WeAreTheCity recognised another 100 women from more than 20 different industries; from technology to EA & PA to defence. These women will join its alumni of 750 previous winners  — and the results are now in.

    The results 

    On 14 July the results to crown the Rising Star Awards were announced in a lavish ceremony hosted by Pan Pacific London at their Pacific Ballroom in London.

    Over 1,000 individuals were entered into the draw, and nominees received over 30,000 public votes, who were judged by a panel of over 40 independent judges to whittle it down to the final 100 female role models across various industries.

    Marie Claire’s Editor-in-Chief, Andrea Thompson was one of numerous speakers at the Rising Stars Awards ceremony

    As well as the results being revealed, the evening saw inspirational speakers, entertainers and strong female influencers take to the stage to present awards, including our very own Editor-in-Chief, Andrea Thompson, as well as Wellbeing of Women CEO Janet Lindsay, and actress come singer-songwriter Chloe Kennedy.

    Guests also took part in a charity raffle, which saw an impressive £3,300 raised for Wellbeing of Women organisation.

    Rising Stars winners

    All of the Rising Stars winners 2022

    The full winner’s list

    After month’s of anticipation the results were called and the Rising Star Awards 2022 were dished out to women and men across various industries, including PWC, Barclays, Transport for London, London Stock Exchange, and more.

    The winners were split by categories; from healthcare and hospitality to law, diversity, technology, and many more.

    Other categories included the Editor’s Choice award, which was received by Caroline Graham, Cat Wildman, Frances Scott, Ian Clarke and Preet Chandi, while the Global Award Achievement was honoured to Anna Radulovski, Aparna Saroagi, Jennifer Kent, Neha Malhotra and Patrizia Capogreco.

    The full list of Rising Star winners:

    Abbie Conneely – WTW
    Abbie Hills –  The Dazey Hills Company
    Abigail Swerdlow – Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation trust and east London NHS Foundation Trust
    Adele Bates – Behaviour and Education Specialist
    Adetola Shasanya – Pepsico
    Adina Pintilie – Rideway Information
    Akua Opong – London Stock Exchange
    Amy Baker – National Highways
    Aneesa Sharif – PWC
    Aneesah Sarwar – Barclays
    Angel Zhou – Warwick Business School
    Anna Radulovski – Womentech Network
    Annika Allen – Barclays
    Anya White – r10
    Aparna Saroagi – Natwest
    Ashwitha Bingumalla – Instinet
    Aurelie Herrero – Bloomberg
    Avye Couloute – Girls Into Coding
    Bamidele Farinre – UKHSA
    Bhairavi Sapre – Ministry of Defence/ British Army
    Bola Adesina – LGIM
    Caitlin McCall – The Manufacturing Technology Centre
    Candida Paiva – PWC
    Caroline Graham – Barclays
    Cat Wildman – global Equality Collective
    Catherine Kenny – EY
    Chanelle Smith – NHS
    Chanise Evans – BBC
    Chantalle Sullivan – Industrial Construction (Sussex) LTD
    Cheyenne Clark – Zone
    Chloe Jones – Autism Together
    Chloe Mae Austin – Babcock Land Defence
    Chloe Stephens – Ministry of Defence – Submarine Delivery Agency
    Claire Magudia – AON
    Daniel López Rovira – OLIO
    Diviya Devani – Q-CTRL
    Ebinehita Iyere – Milk Honey Bees
    Egbe Manton – Manton Legal Consultancy
    Emily Jones – Atkins
    Frances Scott – 50:50 Parliament
    Gemma Timmons – Oliver Wyman
    Georgia Mantzana – London Borough of Havering
    Georgina Warren – IHG Hotels and Resorts
    Greta McDonald – Sweet lounge
    Hannah John – Black Cultural Archives
    Harshitha Shivakumar – IBM
    Hei Wan Mak – University College London
    Hema Sood – Morgan Stanley
    Hettle Vasani – Coty Inc.
    Ian Clarke – Delight Consulting
    Indie Gordon – Foundervine
    Iona Gallagher – Covent Garden Family Law
    Jenna Rainey – The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award
    Jennifer Kent – Latham & Watkins
    Jessica O’Logbon – King’s College London
    Joanna Wales – Ascot Racecourse
    Judith Pomfret – Cavendish Nuclear
    Kallie Halai – ARUP
    Kanika Selvan – University of Sheffield
    Karamjot Jaswal – IBM
    Karen Holden – A City Law Firm
    Kate Redfern – British Army
    Katja Oakley-Bell – Quilter Financial Planning
    Kelly Fox-Petersen – Tate & Lyle
    Kelly Knight – Reed Smith
    Kinjal Dave – Bae Systems
    Kirsty Moore – HSBC
    Kirsty Wigley-Smith – Logicmonitor
    Laura Mahoney – Browne Jacobson LLP
    Lauren Neal – BP
    Lee Chambers – Essentialise Workplace Wellbeing
    Lisa-Jayne Cook – GEA Heating and refrigeration Technologies
    Louise Farrow – British Army
    Lucia Urra Viana – Scottish Power
    Lucy Nowak – Ferdi Restaurant
    Lynette Kebirungi – Rolls-Royce
    Lynette Wieland – Browne Jacobson
    Marie Hemingway – Speak Out Revolution
    Marny Moruzzi – Mott Macdonald/ Women in Transport
    Marzia Bolpagni – MACE
    Michelle Leivars – The Soap Sponge Company
    Molly Dawson – UK Youth
    Molly Scanlon – The Wine Society
    Nadia Kruger – PWC
    Neha Malhotra – J.P. Morgan Chase
    Nicole Dellipiani – Bump to Bambino
    Nicole Ponsford – Global Equality Collective
    Nisha Long – Citywire
    Patrizia Capogreco – 3M
    Philippa Allen – AON
    Philippa Allen – Epic Games Animation UK Limited
    Preet Chandi – British Army
    Priyaneet Kainth – Glaxosmithkline
    R10 Consulting
    Raven Cooke-Houston – Soho House
    Rhianna Dineen – Ashton Gate Limited
    Ria Johal – Amazon
    Richard Pickard – Inclusive Search
    Rimi Bassi – National Grid
    Roselyn Baah – Seilern Investment Management Ltd
    Rugiyya Gahramanli – London Stock Exchange Group
    Rupali Sharma-Patel – Transport for London
    Sam Cooper-Gray – HSBC
    Sarah Chapman – 3M
    Sarah Slack – Homes England
    Sarah Woodard – H.I.G. Capital
    Sheekeba Nasimi – Afghanistan and Central Asian Association
    Sherena Masharani – Centrica
    Shruti Saujani – England and Wales Cricket Board
    Siobhan Duncan – Robotical
    Stephen Gill – Salamander Limited
    Trudianne Bedward – BBC
    Victoria Kinkaid – British Army
    William Torrie – Barclays
    Xanthe Blain – Natwest
    Yvette Kemp – British Army

    For more details on the winner’s list, check here.

    How do I nominate someone? 

    You can nominate someone online via the WeAreTheCity website, where you’ll be asked a little about yourself and why you think your nominee deserves to win. 

    Note that while their current position must be below director level, there is no age limit for nominees. This is because WeAreTheCity recognise that careers for women may follow different timescales. The organisation says it has “a responsibility to ensure that female talent, regardless of age and background, receives the necessary support and skills to transition into key decision-making roles.”

    The website says individual winners will do one or more of the following: 

    • Demonstrate a high level of competence within their role
    • Demonstrate a clear passion, this may be through extra curricular activities
    • Pay it forward and help others (e.g. schools, networks, internal/external activities)
    • Take charge of their own career, e.g. personal development

    The call for entries closes on International Women’s Day on 8 March, so snap to it!

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    Alongside the individual industry awards, there are four other main categories: 

    Champions

    The Champion award goes to five senior people of any gender who are actively supporting the female pipeline. This must be outside of their day job, but can be either within their organisation or outside of it. 

    Men for Gender Balance

    This category is for men who are championing women and gender balance either inside or outside their organisation. For this award, nominees must be at least Director level (or equivalent) or above. 

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    Company of the Year

    Some companies are going above and beyond to promote gender equality and this award looks to celebrate them. Winners must clearly demonstrate that they are actively supporting their female talent pipeline through their initiatives, training, development programmes and internal employee relations and diversity network groups.

    The winner of this category was R10 Consulting, which is a managing consultancy helping the global insurance market to help grow and develop their clients across all areas.

    Global Award for Achievement

    Finally, WeAreTheCity also wants to recognise talent outside of the UK with its Global Award for Achievement. The winner must be female, below director level and can work in any industry. 

    As we said, applications close on 8 March 2022. A panel of judges will then shortlist 10 women from each industry and winners will be decided through a public vote. 

    What are you waiting for? Get nominating, get voting and stay tuned for the final winners announcement on 24 May. By paying it forward, we can create a better future for all women, so let’s keep raising each other up higher. 



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