Inspire Awards is proud to join forces with The Zebra Partnership, headed by Carol Ann Whitehead FRSA to bring you the 2019 Inspire Awards on June 22nd at the prestigious Premier Suite of Bolton Whites, University of Bolton Stadium.
Now in its fifth year, The Inspire Awards recognise and celebrate a wealth of inspiring extraordinary women who have made outstanding contributions to wider Bolton and surrounding areas., including Lancashire, GMR & Merseyside.
Carol Ann is a communications expert with over 20 years event management experience from outdoor festivals, conferences, political hustings, award ceremonies to royal visits.
She is co-founder of the globally recognised Ada Lovelace day Wikieditathon which is working to improve diversity on Wikipedia.
A Royal Society of Arts Fellow, Carol Ann delivered a lecture to the United Nations Youth Association in October 2018 as part of the People’s Hub Project team. Her inspiration and passion comes from the Women’s Suffrage and Civil Rights Movement.
An established mentor she would like to encourage women local to global to be the inspiration…
Carol Ann Whitehead FRSA.
Associate Lecturer, Business Projects ~ Winner of Jacqueline Golds #WOW Business Award ~ #QueenOf Engaging Events Winner