Full Winners List Revealed – ‘100 Most Influential Women 2018’

Full Winners List Revealed  – ‘100 Most Influential Women 2018’

We are delighted to confirm that the votes are in and that the winners of ‘100 Most Influential Women 2018’ in the Greater Exeter area are named below.

With around 500 nominations our panel had a tough task. A big congratulations to all who were nominated and to the 100 winners.

If you would like to join us to celebrate with the 100 women on the 12th of February 2018 please book on the link below:




AJ Courtenay – Powderham Castle
Alex Penn – University of Exeter
Alice Bryan – Trinity Mirror
Alison Hernandez – Devon & Cornwall Police
Alison Jordan – Pete’s Dragons
Alona Kemmett – Aquamarine Media
Amanda Kilroy – Exeter CoLab/Council for Voluntary Service
Andrea Phillips – Indie Recruitment
Anette Richman – KOR Communications
Angela Pedder OBE – NHS
Angela Rimmer –  Angela Consulting & Tbirds Netball Club
Ann Daniels – Polar Explorer
Ann Hunter – Exeter Bid
Ava Baron-Thomas – Dan Sci Dance Studio


Bindu Arjoon -Exeter City Council
Bridget Garrood – Cartridges Law


Ciara Eastell OBE – Libraries Unlimited
Catherine Hill – Exeter City Council
Dr Ceri Lewis – University of Exeter
Christine Ourmières-Widener – Flybe
Claire Kennedy – TEDxExeter
Claire Wright – Devon County Councillor
Cleo Heard – Miss *C’s Graffiti Academy


Dana Mulligan – Dana Mulligan PR & Marketing
Diane Dimond – Petroc College
Donna Hart – The Family Law Company


Eleanor Newsome – Heathcoat Fabrics
Emma Kessie – Heavitree Running Group
Emma Osmundsen – Exeter City Council
Emma Twamley – Glasdenbury Arts & Music Festival


Gergana Panteva – Devon County Council
Gill Hayes – Speaker, Writer and Ambassador for Mental Health and Suicide Prevention
Gina Awad – Exeter Dementia Action Alliance
Glen King – Glen King PR
Glynis Atherton – Hospiscare


Hannah Ackford – Consume Digital
Harry Wild – Go Wild Communications
Hayley Maker – No Guts No Glory
Helen Plumridge – King Recruit
Helen West – Bicton Arena
Heléna Holt – Devon Air Ambulance


Jemma Mitchell – Rendezvouz Wine Bar
Jo Pavey – Olympic Athlete
Jo Yapp – England Rugby
Joanne Caine – Cathedral Appointments / Exeter Chamber of Commerce
Joanne Manville – Joanne Manville Virtual Assistance
Judi Spiers – Presenter
Julie Sum – Kensa Boudoir


Karen Skerratt – Exeter Gin
Kate Guest – Kate Guest Coaching & Hypnotherapy
Katie Lunnon – University of Exeter Medical School
Kelly Forrester – Clear Property
Kim Glover – Michelmores & Exeter PA Network


Lauren Heath – Ashwoods Automotive & Dining Devon
Lesley Robson – Lord Mayor of Exeter
Lisa Lyons – Magdalen Chambers
Lisa Singleton – Zebra Design
Lisa Vanstone – One Voice Media
Liz Allen – Stephens Scown
Louise Fellows – O2
Lucy Flanagan – Mumazing


Marie Belsten – Music in Devon Initiative
Mary Quicke – Quicke’s Cheese
Maureen Gori de Murden – Exeter City Council


Natalie Vizard – Exeter Cookery School
Nicky Dunn – Sampson Hall & Pi Society
Nicky Mein – Cartridges Law


Oriana Ascanio – TEDxExeter & Resident Writers


Penny Scott – Cartridges Law
Philippa Waddell – Wildhorse Films


Rachael Howourth – Momentum South West
Rachel Buckley – The Family Law Company
Rachel Sutton – Labour Councillor for Exwick
Rayanne Armand – Root2Growth
Rebecca Alford – No.1 Polsloe Cafe
Rebecca Broad – University of Exeter
Rebecca Hooker – Committed Clothing Company
Rebecca Marks – Scarlett Entertainment
Rosie Denham – Labour Councillor for Heavitree


Sally Basker – Exeter Science Park
Sam Curtis – NatWest
Sam De Reya – Devon & Cornwall Police
Sandra Sampson – Sampson Hall and BEEP
Sara Bennett – Balloons Charity
Sara Cox – International Rugby Referee
Sarah Ashworth – SA:SI Strategic Intervention
Sarah Flowers – swcomms
Sarah James – The Contemporary Craft Festival
Sarah Johnson – The Met Office
Sarah Knight – Sarah West Recruitment
Sarah Turner – The Unmumsy Mum
Sonya Bedford – Stephens Scown LLP
Stephanie Darkes – Exploring Exeter
Sue McQueenie – McQueenie Mulholland


Tamsin Ford – Exeter Medical School
Tara Smith – Tara’s Busy Kitchen


Vicki Jackson – Intellitender
Victoria Hatfield – Exeter City Council


Wendy Scott – Nettl


Zoey Arthurs – Petroc College, and New Little Zoo clothing


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