Alsters Kelley Solicitors Announce Their Support of the Woman Who… Awards 2017

Coventry & Warwickshire law firm Alsters Kelley LLP has confirmed it will be supporting the Woman Who…Awards who held their inaugural event earlier this year.

The firm will be sponsoring one of the main award categories ‘Woman Who….Achieves for a Charity or Social Enterprise.

The Awards have been specifically created to highlight and celebrate some of the regions’ most outstanding and inspiring business mentors and role models – women who make a difference in the workplace and in the wider community.

The aim of the Awards is to encourage women to recognise their abilities, shout about their successes to motivate others, gain confidence through the Awards and to develop through the experience.

erica-kempErica Kemp, Member and Head of Family Law at Alsters Kelley LLP says, “We are very pleased to be on board and to be a part of these Awards and especially to be sponsoring the ‘Woman Who…Achieves for a Charity or Social Enterprise’ category. As a local business we are very passionate about supporting local groups and charities within our local communities and we also firmly believe more women need to be given the confidence to flourish and achieve. These Awards will showcase those women who are achieving and hopefully inspire others.”

Sandra Garlick, founder of the Woman Who…Awards and a member of the FSB’s Women in Enterprise Taskforce says, “These Awards are vital to inspire women to aim high, recognise their success in business and to inspire others. We are delighted to have Alsters Kelley on board as sponsors this year. They will play a key part in a series of events which will take place over the coming months leading up to our Awards in May 2017”

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