Venus Awards

Recognising Local Business Women

NatWest Venus Awards Birmingham The Westbourne Centre Influential Women of the Year Award Semi-Finalists 2014

The Westbourne Centre Influential Woman of the Year

Motivates others and makes a difference

Ulrika Dandekar – Wrapchic – Ulrika, often known as Riya, is a 21 year old woman fighting with a rare type of blood cancer. Her only hope now is a stem cell transplant. Previously, she was extremely active and ambitious, wanting to go to medical school to become a life saver.

Judy Dyke – Tyndallwoods – Judy gained an LLB Honours in law at the University of Birmingham and has worked at Tyndallwoods Solicitors since 1974.  Throughout her career she has used her professional expertise to support local charities.

Jane Hopkins – MumsClub – Jane Hopkins MBE is a single mum who created; the original network of mums running businesses in the UK. She prides herself on developing free or low costs services that actively support the growth of UK based mum-owned enterprise.

Lizze Leary – Kindred Sole – Lizze Leary, 26 is founder of the online designer shoes store. Lizze was named ‘Young Business Executive of the Year’ in 2013 and now mentors start up businesses. Lizze is also a director of BusinessXchange the online business network

Georgie Moseley – Help Harry Help Others – Georgie is a truly inspirational woman trying to help as many people through their Cancer journeys as she can, and by helping others by continuing with Harrys work raising money for Research aswell.



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