Championing the work of inspirational women across the credit and financial services industry, we’re extremely proud to celebrate our incredible Women in Credit Awards finalists. The awards provide a platform to encourage diversity and inclusion across the industry and we’re committed to playing our part in driving positive change too.
Meet some of our very worthy finalists…
Debbie McKay, Commercial Director of Motor Sales, for Business Leader of the Year
“I’m honoured and humbled by the nomination, there are lots of incredibly talented women across the credit sector. Celebrating female talent today positively impacts future female talent, I'm proud to be part of an industry that shares my passion for empowering and championing women in their workplace. These awards help women breakdown barriers to entering and progressing their careers in our sector.”
Corinne Edwards, Customer Services Manager, for Team Leader of the Year
“The fact that my colleagues have supported me for this nomination makes me feel like I can accomplish anything in my career and hopefully, inspire others to have courage and fulfil their careers across the Aldermore Group. It’s so important to recognise colleagues at all levels. This has given me faith and encouragement that all women with ambition can have a successful career regardless of social background or education.”
Victoria Loosmore, Head of Motor Product & Propositions, for Outstanding Returner
“Being recognised and nominated as an Outstanding Returner means a lot to me. These awards and similar initiatives are incredibly important. They really help raise the profile of both the talent in our industry and also that of the allies who are really going above and beyond to drive equity, inclusion and belonging. Sharing and celebrating people's stories really inspires others to do something they may otherwise have thought impossible.”
Katie Carter, Operational Controls Manager, for Team Player of the Year
“I’m thrilled to be nominated for the Team Player of the Year award. To receive recognition from the people I work with every day, is much more important to me than the kudos associated with a potential win! Initially I did feel a bit of imposter syndrome as I know and work with so many hard-working, conscientious and impressive women, but being nominated reinforces that feeling of belonging to a team, and knowing that the people that I work with genuinely do support and appreciate each other.”
Wendy Godfrey, Business Manager, for Rising Star of the Year
“I’m very excited for the nomination and to be shortlisted as a finalist! It’s such a privilege to be able to do what I love professionally and at a workplace and industry that promotes diversity, equity and inclusion. I'm extremely grateful for that.”
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