Venus Awards

Recognising Local Business Women

NatWest Venus Awards Oxfordshire Inspirational Woman of the Year Semi-finalists 2014

Jennings Inspirational Woman Award Semi-Finalists 

For a woman that goes out of her way to help others

Alison Campbell – Stillwater Publishing Ltd – Alison is a talented writer, publisher and marketer running a successful business in Oxfordshire. She is also a mentor for small businesses and campaigner for dignity at work and an bringing an end to bullying, domestic violence and abuse.

Sue Caulfield – Metro Rod (Oxon and West Bucks) – Susan is very proud of her achievements, after life saving surgery in 2009 she has thrived on running and growing her business.  increasing turnover year on year and constantly striving to improve the service Metro Rod (Oxon and West Bucks) provide.

Nancy Hunt – The Nasio Trust – Abingdon – Kenyan born, founder director, a charity which has grown from humble beginnings now provides education, food, healthcare to over 370 HIV orphaned and disadvantaged children in Kenya and works with disadvantage UK young people to transform their lives

Lottie Moore – WISH Women –  Founder of WISH Women, Lottie is a dynamic yet sensitive, transformation specialist who comes alongside women to assist them to step out of their comfort zone & into their personal power with activities such as fire walking, and mountain treks

Alison Thompson – ADHD Kids – esome children, one of whom has ADHD and Asperger’s. Alison is originally a Londoner but now lives in Oxfordshire with her partner, son, three mad cats and a bearded dragon. She loves photography, football and F1.



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