The Women of the Year Lunch was founded in 1955 by the late Tony Lothian OBE, Odette Hallowes & Lady Georgina Coleridge to celebrate women’s achievements and an environment in which women might meet.
Helen Clark, Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme, will be giving the Women of the Year Lecture on Monday January 20 2014 at the Royal Institution of Great Britain in London. Helen was the first woman elected as a Prime Minister of New Zealand.Read more >
This year’s Women of the Year Lunch & Awards took place today (Monday 14 October) at the InterContinental London Park Lane. Four awards were presented to exceptional women who have each proved an inspiration to others through their courage, selflessness, dedication and achievement. The 2013Read more >
Aspiring pastry chef Antonia Salmon-Earle has been awarded a grant from the Women of the Year Foundation. Having recently completed her A-levels at Bishop Challoner Catholic Collegiate College, a comprehensive school in Tower Hamlets, Antonia applied for a grant from the Women of the YearRead more >
The three nominees for the ITV’s Lorraine Inspirational Women of the Year Award were revealed on the show this week. Viewers can vote for the winner from today (Thursday 10 October). For more information on voting visit http://www.itv.com/lorraine/hottopics/vote-for-your-woman-of-the-year/ Lorraine viewers were asked to nominate the womenRead more >
Zoe Newson, 21, has represented Great Britain since 2008 when she entered her first International Paralympic Committee (IPC) competition. As the youngest member of the Paralympics GB Powerlifting team, Zoe secured the bronze medal on her Paralympic Games debut in 2012 by equalling her personalRead more >