Women in Rail is searching for the Most Inspirational Women in Rail. Its shortlist will be made up of 20 women who have made an outstanding impression on the industry.
Adeline Ginn, founder of Women in Rail, said: “During a time that rail is experiencing strong growth, it is fundamental that we change perceptions of the industry. Key to this is highlighting the fantastic female role models that the industry offers, and recognising the impact that they have on our day-to-day lives.”
Nominations close on March 25. Women in Rail’s committee, which includes former Office of Rail and Road Chairman Anna Walker and Network Rail Director of Diversity and Inclusion Loraine Martins, will judge the nominees.
To make a nomination, visit https://womeninrail.wufoo.com/forms/z3mjtju0nyz7qw/.