Take

Its not about the competition, its about the representation.

a look at the

Jury members

Its not about the competition, its about the representation.

Planet first
Gwen Kolader
VP - Global Head DE&I
The one who made a mark in Planet first
Arts & media
Ernestine Comvalius
Former theater director, and member of several supervisory boards
The one who made a mark in Arts & media
Cara Antoine
Tech
Cara Antoine
Executive Vice President and Chief Technology at Capgemini
The one who made a mark in Tech
First of a kind
Gladys Camphuijsen
VP - Sales & New Business Development Europe, South Asia, Middle East & Africa at Preferred Hotels
The one who made a mark in First of a kind
Sales & Marketing
Leonard Bukenya
Partner: Inspiration & ImpactPartner: Inspiration & Impact at Aimforthemoon
The one who made a mark in Sales & Marketing
Tech
Phaedra Kortekaas
Managing Director Benelux at SAS
The one who made a mark in Tech
First of a kind
René Brouwers
CEO at Great Place to Work
The one who made a mark in First of a kind
Sisterhood
Catherine Crossman
Inclusion & Diversity Lead @ Accenture
The one who made a mark in Sisterhood
Biggest male ally
Grisha Pavlotsky
Chief Transformation Officer at Miro
The one who made a mark in Biggest male ally
Financial matters
Karlijn van den Berg
Head of Talent ABN AMRO
The one who made a mark in Financial matters
Biggest male ally
Queenie Lo
CEO at Uxus
The one who made a mark in Biggest male ally
Financial matters
Janine Vos
Chief Human Resources Officer at Rabobank
The one who made a mark in Financial matters
Planet first
Clemence Jacqueri
CHRO People and Culture at Lynk&Co
The one who made a mark in Planet first
First of a kind
Jin Chen
Partner transfer pricing at Crowe Foederer
The one who made a mark in First of a kind
Planet first
Annick Mantoua
Managing director at De Gezonde Stad
The one who made a mark in Planet first
First of a kind
Tanja Jadnanansing
Voorzitter dagelijks bestuur stadsdeel Zuidoost. Gemeente Amsterdam
The one who made a mark in First of a kind
Sales & Marketing
Corinne Aaron
Chief Marketing Officer at Einride
The one who made a mark in Sales & Marketing
Sisterhood
Aslihan Ozcan
Partnerships Specialist at UN Women
The one who made a mark in Sisterhood
Financial matters
Edward Boeijenga
Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging at ING Bank Nederland
The one who made a mark in Financial matters
Sales & Marketing
Coco Aarts
Corporate Affairs & Engagement Director L’Oréal Benelux
The one who made a mark in Sales & Marketing
Biggest male ally
Vanessa van de Wiel
Partner at PwC
The one who made a mark in Biggest male ally
Sisterhood
Annemiek Meijvogel
Head of Legal Franchise at IKEA
The one who made a mark in Sisterhood
Arts & media
Clayde Menso
Director at ITA
The one who made a mark in Arts & media
Arts & media
Sharita Boon
Managing Director at DPG Recruitment
The one who made a mark in Arts & media
Tech
Nataliya Kozak Klaverstijn
Senior Industry Manager, Head of Women at Google NL
The one who made a mark in Tech
Tech
Kimberly Fuqua
Director, Customer Success at Microsoft
The one who made a mark in Tech
Cara Antoine
Executive Vice President and Chief Technology at Capgemini
Kimberly Fuqua
Director, Customer Success at Microsoft
Nataliya Kozak Klaverstijn
Senior Industry Manager, Head of Women at Google NL
Phaedra Kortekaas
Managing Director Benelux at SAS
Gladys Camphuijsen
VP - Sales & New Business Development Europe, South Asia, Middle East & Africa at Preferred Hotels
Jin Chen
Partner transfer pricing at Crowe Foederer
René Brouwers
CEO at Great Place to Work
Tanja Jadnanansing
Voorzitter dagelijks bestuur stadsdeel Zuidoost. Gemeente Amsterdam
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Coco Aarts
Corporate Affairs & Engagement Director L’Oréal Benelux
Corinne Aaron
Chief Marketing Officer at Einride
Leonard Bukenya
Partner: Inspiration & ImpactPartner: Inspiration & Impact at Aimforthemoon
Edward Boeijenga
Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging at ING Bank Nederland
Janine Vos
Chief Human Resources Officer at Rabobank
Karlijn van den Berg
Head of Talent ABN AMRO
Annemiek Meijvogel
Head of Legal Franchise at IKEA
Aslihan Ozcan
Partnerships Specialist at UN Women
Catherine Crossman
Inclusion & Diversity Lead @ Accenture
Clayde Menso
Director at ITA
Ernestine Comvalius
Former theater director, and member of several supervisory boards
Sharita Boon
Managing Director at DPG Recruitment
Grisha Pavlotsky
Chief Transformation Officer at Miro
Queenie Lo
CEO at Uxus
Vanessa van de Wiel
Partner at PwC

Send an email to info@womensvisibilityawards.com

How easy was your journey to the top? Did it ever feel lonely as a woman? Did you have mentors who helped lift you up that looked like you? Let’s change this pattern once and for all! Join our movement as a jury member to shine the light on the incredible women who are making our world a better place for others. We believe this experience would be valuable both personally and professionally!

  • Support and recognize  exceptional women: As a jury member, you will have the privilege of evaluating and honoring the achievements of remarkable women who have made significant contributions to their fields and communities. 
  • Contribute to gender equality and inclusion: Help us promote gender equality and inclusion in leadership roles. Your involvement will help break down barriers, amplify women’s voices, and advocate for a more equitable distribution of leadership opportunities.
  • Making a positive impact on society: Your contributions as a jury member can have a ripple effect, inspiring women to pursue leadership aspirations, encouraging organizations to embrace diversity and inclusion, and promoting a more equitable and just society.
  • Build a strong professional network: As a jury member, you interact with other professionals who share a passion for recognizing and celebrating women’s leadership. These connections can lead to valuable collaborations, mentorship opportunities, and potential career advancements.
  • Personal fulfillment and sense of purpose: The act of recognizing and honoring the achievements of other women can bring a deep sense of personal fulfillment and purpose. You become an integral part of a movement that empowers women and promotes gender equality.
  • Help raise awareness of our joint cause and promote the event on social media, in your network and in your organisation. (4th-15th December; 22nd-30th January)
  • Review nominations (max 24), participate in the deliberations and contribute to the final decision-making process. (Between 1st and 25th february – 4 hours);
  • Join an in-person jury deliberation breakfast event hosted at Google office in Amsterdam on February 26th 2024 (2 hours);
  • Attend the highly anticipated award ceremony on March 26th 2024 at Rabozaal Stadschouwburg Amsterdam (3 hours);
  • Mentor one of the nominees (2 meetings of 1 hour spread over 2024).
  • The judging proces should include the timeline so 4th December – 1st of February registration open.2nd – 26th of February jury selects 4 nominees per categories. 26th of February -26th of March public votes the winner via website.
What do we want

It's not about the

competition, it's about the representation

Succes stories

"Being the only female in an executive group can feel challenging at times, but then i think about the things I bring to the table: intuition and a different perspective."

Queenie Lo

It's about

Being seen.
Being aware.

being

visible

Become an inspirator

Become an inspirator

Become an inspirator

judging
process

All eligible applications will be assessed on the extent to which they meet the following criteria:

  • IMPACT: evidence and scale of the impact of your work in your relevant field, organisation or community.
  • POTENTIAL TO INFLUENCE AND INSPIRE: Extent to which you and your story are likely to influence and inspire the next generation of young women to pursue and grow their careers in the respective fields. 
  • QUALITY OF APPLICATION: Whether an example, review, testimonial or a case study is provided and their quality