Women of Tomorrow Winners 2018

Mentoring and pushing for change on diversity, equality and wellness

Ten extraordinary women were announced as the winners of this year’s Women of Tomorrow Awards, run by the IPA and Campaign. They, along with all the shortlisted entries, were celebrated at an awards ceremony on International Women’s Day (8th March) at The May Fair Hotel in London.

All of the winners, selected from nearly 200 entries, impressed the judges with the dedication and drive that they bring to their roles. They also demonstrated real passion to change the culture in their work place and to inspire and support other women in the comms industry.

In addition to excelling within their careers, the 2018 Women of Tomorrow winners have led a number of inspirational initiatives around charity work, mentoring and pushing for change on diversity, equality and wellness.

The winners of the 2018 Women of Tomorrow Awards are:

Gemma Batterby, New Business Director, Geometry Global
Caroline Benson, Co-Founder and Director, Cuttsy+Cuttsy
Tainah De Pauli, Client Business Director, Manning Gottlieb OMD
Nathalie Gordon, Senior Creative, Above+Beyond
Sarah Levitt, Associate Creative Director, Now
Nadja Lossgott, Creative Partner, AMV BBDO
Kim Palmer, Strategy Director, Wunderman UK
Rachel Pashley, Head of Female Tribes Consulting, J. Walter Thompson
Sarah Salter, Innovations Director, Wavemaker
Marianne Waite, Senior Consultant, Interbrand and Founder, ThinkDesignable

Last updated 01 May 2024