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Its not about the competition, its about the representation.

a look at the

nominees

Its not about the competition, its about the representation.

Categories:

Category
Arts & media
Alyona Volkova
The one who made a mark in Arts & media
Biggest male ally
Anton Koonstra
The one who made a mark in Biggest male ally
Biggest male ally
Bas van Oorschot
The one who made a mark in Biggest male ally
Planet first
Catherine Crossman
The one who made a mark in Planet first
Planet first
Chantal Korteweg
The one who made a mark in Planet first
Sisterhood
Chantal Stoffelsma
The one who made a mark in Sisterhood
Sisterhood
Daria Mikolaevskaia
The one who made a mark in Sisterhood
Tech
Ebi Atawodi
The one who made a mark in Tech
Arts & media
Helene Van Santen
The one who made a mark in Arts & media
Biggest male ally
James van Thiel
The one who made a mark in Biggest male ally
Financial matters
Janis Götz
The one who made a mark in Financial matters
Financial matters
Judith Sanders
The one who made a mark in Financial matters
Sisterhood
Julia Jakimenko
The one who made a mark in Sisterhood
First of a kind
Karima Almoujy
The one who made a mark in First of a kind
Financial matters
Leontine Koens-betz
The one who made a mark in Financial matters
Tech
Lieke Hamers
The one who made a mark in Tech
Arts & media
Marian Duff
The one who made a mark in Arts & media
Sales & Marketing
Mirjam Schuele
The one who made a mark in Sales & Marketing
First of a kind
Moenira Luqman
The one who made a mark in First of a kind
Sales & Marketing
Naima Zemmouri
The one who made a mark in Sales & Marketing
Planet first
Qin Wang
The one who made a mark in Planet first
First of a kind
Shelley Igbinosa
The one who made a mark in First of a kind
Tech
Sophie Kuijt
The one who made a mark in Tech
Sales & Marketing
Suzanne den Breems
The one who made a mark in Sales & Marketing

Award
categories

Women play a vital role in shaping our world, driving innovation, and creative inclusive environments across industries and organisations. Their contributions are undeniable, and their leadership deserves to be recognized and celebrated. The Women Visibility Awards are designed to honor exceptional women who have made significant contributions in various sectors, breaking barriers and paving the way for others to follow.

This award shines the light on achievements worth talking about in the financial sector, showing vision, leading without authority, bringing diverse stakeholders together.

This award honors women who have made significant contributions in the field of arts and media, inspiring others and shifting perceptions.

This award celebrates extraordinary achievement in leveraging technology to solve some of the key challenges of the moment, be that for a local community or humanity as a whole.

This award recognizes women who are leading the way in social or environmental impact, using their voice to make a positive difference in the lives of others and address critical societal and environmental challenges.

This award spotlights the women who have demonstrated exceptional leadership, innovation and creativity in the field of sales and marketing. They took the risks and set an example for others to follow.

This award honors a trailblazer defining the path for others. You are the first of your kind in a particular role, e.g. first transgender woman director, first non-white female executive in your organisation or maybe the first person in your family to get a university degree and a successful corporate career.

This award spotlights males who did something unexpected that lifted women and inspired others to follow.

This award recognizes extraordinary achievement in building a community within an organisation or starting a movement across organisations with the goal to support and empower other women.

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