Month: September 2019

Debbie Francis
Business Woman of the Year Finalist

Debbie joined Direct Rail Services in July 2016 following a 3 ½ year term at Network Rail as the London North Western Route Finance and Commercial Director. Debbie has 30 years of experience across a range of industries from IT to infrastructure maintenance to rail. She has also gained extensive experience throughout her career both …

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Business Woman of the Year Finalist
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Jenny Johnston
Business Woman of the Year Finalist

KMF is one of the UK’s leading sheet metal fabrication and precision engineering firms, headquartered in Newcastle-under-Lyme. Jenny was the driving force behind KMF’s move to in-house apprenticeships in 2007, which ensures that KMF has a skilled and sustainable workforce that it needs to grow and meet future growth ambitions. Passionate about the opportunities provided …

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Kate Tague
Business Woman of the Year Finalist

As a woman in STEM and Executive Principal of two academies, Kate Tague is leading the way in the future of education. In just six years, Kate has built a team of over 100 staff and 700 students, creating two successful West Midlands University Technical Colleges with a focus on science, technology, engineering and maths. …

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Business Woman of the Year Finalist
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