Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 1 October 2014

Who is your woman of the year 2012?

We are launching the sixth Belfast Telegraph Woman of the Year awards, that recognise the outstanding talents of the women of Northern Ireland.

Our main sponsor this year is Asda which has 15 stores in the province, an Asda Living in Belfast and is opening a new Asda in Portadown on November 19.

Charlotte Elliot, NI regional people manager for Asda, said: “In Northern Ireland, two out of three Asda colleagues are female so as a major employer of women, we’re delighted to support the Belfast Telegraph’s Woman of the Year Awards for the first time this year.

“With such a high proportion of female colleagues represented within Asda UK from boardroom to shop floor, we’re very much aware of the vital contribution women make to our business.

“We are delighted to help turn the spotlight on the many hard-working, brave and inspiring Northern Irish women who will be nominated for these awards.”

Tell us about an inspirational woman in your life who has made a difference to the lives of others.

Tell us in no more than 200 words how over the last year she has shown passion, drive and energyin what she does.

You may nominate for any of the nine categories listed by:

ONLINE: Complete the form on this article

POST: Woman of the Year, Belfast Telegraph, 122-124 Royal Avenue, Belfast BT1 1DN.

DEADLINE: Receipt of entries is 12 noon on Friday 16th November 2012.

Your entry should include the category you would like to enter and both your own and your nominee's names, addresses and DAYTIME telephone numbers.

Winners will be announced at an award ceremony and gala dinner on Wednesday 5th December at the Ramada Plaza Hotel, Shaw’s Bridge, Belfast.

Categories

Woman of the Year in Health

Business Woman of the Year

Woman of the Year in the Voluntary Sector

Woman of the Year in Education

Woman of the Year in Fashion

Mum of the Year

Woman of the Year in Arts

Inspirational Woman of the Year

Sportswoman of the Year

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