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TWAL members make finals for awards

Four Transport Women Australia Limited (TWAL) nominees and five members have been named as finalists in the 2023 Women in Industry Awards.

The Women in Industry Awards recognise outstanding women from across a range of industrials sectors including transport, logistics, mining, manufacturing, engineering, bulk handling, waste management, rail, construction and infrastructure – all sectors that are traditionally male-dominated.

It was recently announced that six of TWAL’s members were nominated for the 2023 Women in Industry Awards.

Since then, TWAL Vice Chair, Coralie Chapman, and Ann Lopez have been named as finalists for the Excellence in Transport Award.

TWAL Director, Annastasia Denigan, has been named as a finalist for the Safety Advocacy Award.

Louise Azzopardi has been named a finalist for the Mentor of the Year Award.

TWAL’s corporate member, Viva Energy Australia, was named as a finalist in the Industry Advocacy Award.

TWAL Chair, Jacquelene Brotherton, told Trailer she was proud to see her colleagues make it as finalists.

“I am so very proud of our team members and I am looking forward to supporting and cheering them on at the Awards dinner,” she said.

“As Chair of TWAL, I am very excited about having them on board.”

The 2023 Awards will be presented during a special ceremony at Aerial in South Wharf, Melbourne, on Thursday 8 June 2023.

This year’s award categories include:

Rising Star of the Year
Business Development Success of the Year
Industry Advocacy Award
Safety Advocacy Award
Mentor of the Year
Excellence in Transport
Excellence in Manufacturing
Excellence in Engineering
Excellence in Mining
Excellence in Construction
Woman of the Year

For more information, visit the Women in Industry website.

See who won the 2022 Women in Industry Awards.

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