KPMGer Claire Angell wins Women of the Future Award

07 November 2014

Claire Angell, Director at KPMG, has been named a 'Woman of the Future' in the professional services industry. The prestigious 'Women of the Future Awards' are awarded to women under 35 that have demonstrated exceptional achievements in business.

Women of the Future Awards
The Women of the Future Awards is an awards ceremony during which celebrates outstanding achievements of successful women under 35 in the UK. The winners of the 9th edition of the Awards were announced last week, on 28 October 2014, at the Gala at the London Marriott Grosvenor Square.

Women of the Future Awards

This year’s Awards were divided in 13 categories: Media, Entrepreneur, Professional, Technology & Digital, Science, Young Star, Real Estate, Infrastructure & Construction, MBA Star, Business, Community Spirits, Arts & Culture, Corporate, and Mentor.

Among the winners one representative from the consulting industry is found: Claire Angell, Director of Energy and Natural Resources and Tax at Big Four firm KPMG, won the ‘Professional’ Award, a prize that recognises outstanding performance in the professional services industry, including legal, medicine, architecture, accounting and consulting.

Claire Angell Director Energy and Natural Resources Tax at KPMG

An overview of the winners of the Women of the Future awards:

Media: Serena Guen, founding Editor-in-Chief at SUITCASE Magazine
Entrepreneur: Anna Bastek, Director at Wolfestone
Professional: Claire Angell, Director at KPMG
Technology & Digital: Brie Rogers Lowery, UK Director at
Science: Karen Masters, Senior Lecturer in Astronomy at Institute of Cosmology and Gravitation
Young Star: Suzanne Birney, Apprentice CAD Technologist at Doosan Babcock
Real Estate, Infrastructure & Construction: Hannah McNamara, Partner at Cushman & Wakefield
MBA Star: Anne-Marie Kruk, London Business School
Business: Sinead Magill, Principal Business Development at Coffey International Development
Community Spirits: Olly Donnelly, CEO at Shivia
Arts & Culture: Kate Bryan, Director at The Fine Art Society
Corporate Award: Lloyds Banking Group
Mentor: Vanessa Ogden, Head teacher at Mulberry School