With just over 2 weeks to go until the Woman Who Achieves Awards Lunch, things are getting very exciting. The Awards Lunch takes place in the Marquee at Coombe Abbey on Friday 1st July.


This year marks the 7th Anniversary of the Woman Who Achieves Awards.


The day starts with Woman Who Live, a morning of personal development and business growth, followed by the Woman Who Achieves Awards Lunch, an afternoon of networking, inspiration, and celebration.


The Awards Lunch is delivered in partnership with Alsters Kelley Solicitors

“I am extremely proud to be sponsoring this particular category as it doesn’t feel that long ago that I was in the same position of starting out. It takes courage, determination, and self-belief to get this far and keep going. Becoming a finalist so early on in your solopreneur journey speaks volumes, and I’m sure we will see many more great things from them all in the future.” Katy Osborne, KOVA Support


Meet the Finalists of the Woman Who Just Starting Out Category:


Woman Who is Just Starting Out Sponsored by KOVA Business Support

Sacha Mathers, Sacha Mathers Personal Performance and Business Coach

Jenny Powell, Jenny Powell – Mindset Coach

Michelle Piggott, Moon & Mars

Hilary Thomson, Hilary Thomson Coaching


You can see all the 2022 Finalists HERE


There is still time to purchase your ticket for the Awards Lunch.


“I have been overwhelmed to have reached this far in my first time entering any awards.
The journey has raised my own awareness of what’s possible and I am soaking up the guidance and kindness of my fellow ‘Woman Who’ business leaders. It’s like becoming part of a new family.”
Sacha Mathers

Sacha Mathers Personal Performance & Business Coach

“The whole process so far has been exciting and it is fantastic to be a part of the amazing awards.  Previously I had watched the awards from afar however to be part of it is another level and great to mix with liked-minded people.  I have found everyone to be so supportive of each other and encouraging each other along the process, there is no feeling of competitiveness between each finalist it is all to do with support.

To be a finalist still feels unreal and exciting on the other hand. I am truly honoured to have been selected as a finalist and to be recognised for what I do to help others.  For me whatever the outcome on the day, this has been a positive experience, and would welcome to do it again next year and encourage others to take part.”

Jenny Powell

Jenny Powell - Mindset Coach

“I was honoured and humbled to be a finalist for the Woman Who Achieves Awards.

It cements my determination and mission to help midlife women build a life of freedom through entrepreneurship. Let’s live a life less ordinary.”  

Hilary Thomson

Hilary Thomson Coaching

Delivered in partnership with Alsters Kelley Solicitors

Alsters Kelley Solicitors