Jo Field Shortlisted for the first ever Inspirational Women in Public Affairs list


Women in Transport board member, Jo Field, has been shortlisted for the inaugural Inspirational Woman in Public Affairs list. The list is being curated by Women in Public Affairs and Policy Mogul, ahead of International Women’s Day.

Jo was nominated for her public affairs achievements, including working with parliamentarians to set up the first ever All-Party Parliamentary Group for Women in Transport.

The judges including Women in Public Affairs founder, Laura Gilmore, agreed the final shortlist which was announced today. The ‘Top 10’ list of the most inspirational women in public affairs will be announced on International Women’s Day on Friday 8 March, as part of their #BetterforBalance campaign. The list will honour some of the most impressive women who help make better policy every day. 

All the nominees are invited to a celebratory event taking place on International Women's Day.

Good luck to Jo and all the nominees!

Update 8 March 2019: Jo Field made the Top 10! A fantastic achievement out of over 200 nominees, congratulations Jo.

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