Woman Who is not about one day in the calendar year and our celebration of the Awards on 1st October at the beautiful Coombe Abbey Hotel in Warwickshire continues.


Congratulations Carol Murdoch of Love Outdoor Learning, Winner of a Woman Who Achieves Solopreneur Digital Award 2021 Sponsored by SEO Angel


The Woman Who Achieves & Solopreneur Awards took place on Friday 1st October. This year we held a hybrid event with many joining us in the Marquee at Coombe Abbey and those that couldn’t, joining online.


Congratulations Carol on your achievements and thank you to all the Winners and Finalists for your support and for making this event into an amazing hybrid Awards event.


Carol has since joined the Woman Who Achieves Academy and will continue her journey with Woman Who over the coming months, so watch out for more from Carol.

I am honoured and incredibly touched to have been selected as a winner. 

Love Outdoor Learning is a passion. We aim to make a real difference to the lives of children, young people and also their teachers. This award is recognition that what we do matters. But more than this, it is recognition of the hard work the schools, children and young people put into taking learning outdoors. They help us continually improve our members portal, they help us create the magic. 
Thank you to everyone at Women Who Achieve and also to the judging panel. You have reinvigorated me and ensured we can move forward with renewed energy. 
Congratulations to all the other finalists, it is an honour to be in such great company. (Carol Murdoch)

Carol Murdoch is leading the way in using technology to support teachers in delivering outdoor learning.

Her online platform helps teachers deliver curriculum-based outdoor learning. The platform contains lesson ideas, training, and support. It makes implementation simple for schools, using teachers’ own skills and knowledge in a new way.

Unlike our competitors, we cover all stages and subjects of the nursery and primary curriculum. We also have real working experience of teaching in mainstream schools and in severe and complex needs schools and autism bases. Meaning we can support a broader range of schools.


This lady has a fantastic digital business with an impressive growth plan. She provided a great response to changes in the market, using digital platforms to make positive changes to children’s lives, not just in the UK but across the world.  Her work can span from nursery to primary and across all curriculum.  The judges were so impressed with her vision to, in her words, ‘change the lives of the leaders of tomorrow’!


Congratulations to all the Finalists in this Category

SPECIAL MENTION-Karen Cureton, Cureton Consulting


By teaching people to use technology, Karen is empowering them rather than doing it for them.  Her use of social media in a positive way and to build her referral base was particularly impressive.




SPECIAL MENTION-Laura Goodsell, Anchor Online Designs


Laura is a brilliant ambassador for women wishing to succeed in the digital world, leading by example.  She’s demonstrated a great plan to grow her business and ensure that she continues to pass on the knowledge she has.  Laura is determined to make sure there are more women in the digital space.


SPECIAL MENTION-Sneha Morjaria, Happy Virtual Desk


What can we say, other than WOW!  Sneha’s drive and enthusiasm shone through throughout her interview.  She has also demonstrated stratospheric business growth in the short year of her business’ existence.  We would love to see her back next year to see her further achievements and successes!



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